Health Care

The Health and Human Services' "conscience" rule would have allowed health care workers to refuse to treat patients based on moral and religious beliefs.
President Trump told a campaign rally his plan will protect voters with “pre-existing physicians.”
More than a dozen presidential candidates addressed 13,000-plus Democratic activists, volunteers and supporters in downtown Des Moines.
The proposals include ending a minimum wage loophole, improving education for disabled students and implementing Social Security reforms.
FindTreatment.gov is supposed to be a resource for people seeking treatment for addiction. It leaves out some key facts.
The only problem? Many of the state's GOP lawmakers don't have moderate records.
Democrats sought to overturn the Trump administration's rule allowing people to purchase cheaper insurance plans that exclude key Obamacare benefits.
There's a lot at stake in the debate over how to pay for "Medicare for All."
There’s one plan the top 2020 Democratic contender doesn’t need.
Rivals have challenged the Massachusetts senator on her plans to pay for the expansive legislation.
Whether you contract an illness or have an accident, here’s how to handle a medical event in a foreign country.
The answer is more complicated than the Democratic debates might suggest.
Everyone already knows where the candidates stand on "Medicare for All." Maybe there's something else to talk about?
Several candidates ganged up on Elizabeth Warren for not giving a more direct answer on taxes.
Polling indicates voters have significant doubts about whether the Vermont senator is healthy enough to serve as president.
The Democratic presidential contender aims to revamp health care, tackle HIV/AIDS and overturn the transgender military ban.
The massive new health care center, located in southern Illinois, is equipped to serve an estimated 11,000 patients annually.
General Motors now says company-funded benefits will continue uninterrupted during the work stoppage of nearly 50,000 workers.
More than 150 million Americans rely on job-based health insurance, which has gotten much more expensive in the past 10 years.