Bill de Blasio wants to provide medical care to low-income and undocumented New Yorkers who now rely primarily on hospital emergency rooms.
Yes, the market is booming, but 84 percent of it is owned by the richest 10 percent. Most Americans are struggling to make ends meet.
The president is stepping up his attack on Democrats over their health care proposal, claiming it "would end Medicare as we know it."
It's time for the United States to do what so many other countries do: provide citizens with affordable health care.
The role that insurance companies—the middlemen between patients and providers—play in boosting health care tabs often escapes scrutiny.
In a deep red state, Democrats are veering left in hopes of winning elections.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders reaches a wide audience during his talk about universal health care, which was broadcast online.
Numbers from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services come as GOP senators push to pay for tax cuts by repealing the Affordable Care Act's individual requirement for health care coverage.
To generate revenue to make up for massive corporate and individual tax cuts, Senate Republicans want to repeal the Affordable Care Act requirement that most Americans have health insurance.
Republicans reject the president's call for the tax reform legislation to roll back the Affordable Care Act requirement that individuals be insured.