The proposal has found support from progressives and conservatives alike. But spending more money can't solve capitalism's ills.
Cost complexity is built into the structure of the Affordable Care Act. "Medicare for all" offers a simple, comprehensive solution.
The outgoing House speaker is a villain, and no one will miss him.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who introduced a "Medicare for all" bill in 2017, says that the judge's ruling must be overturned.
Republicans like to believe it increases efficiency and reduces taxes. But more often than not, it simply boosts corporate bottom lines.
Both programs are incredibly popular, and both are set to run out of money in the coming decades. They don't have to.
If Republicans succeed in dismantling Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, we can kiss what's left of our democracy goodbye.
The Vermont senator and possible 2020 candidate tells a riveted audience that "our job is to build on our common humanity."
The president is stepping up his attack on Democrats over their health care proposal, claiming it "would end Medicare as we know it."
Very few businesses have raised wages thanks to corporate tax cuts, but executives and lawmakers are buying new yachts.