Health Insurance

The president bizarrely claimed it had "never been done before." It's been part of Obamacare for 10 years.
When the economy goes bad, coverage gets even harder to keep. More than 20 million could become uninsured this year.
Physicians resisted telemedicine for years. Then the coronavirus pandemic forced them to adapt.
An estimated 16.2 million people have lost health insurance once provided by their employer during the pandemic.
Liberal lawmakers and activists ask why a partisan messaging bill excluded so many of their priorities and contained so many favors for the wealthy.
The outcome could have a big impact on women's ability to get free contraception through their health plans.
But it just might clear the way for more empathy, more flexibility and more humanity.
The senator suspended his presidential campaign in the middle of a public health emergency, but is extending insurance benefits almost until the general election.
Unemployment and layoffs are rampant thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's what to do if you lose work and need unemployment, health insurance and other resources.
Newly unemployed people may qualify for subsidized insurance or no-cost government benefits.