Health Care

Experts argue millions of low-income migrants may have to choose between needed services and staying in the U.S. legally.
Presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) tells the AFSCME forum why she updated her proposed health care policy.
Trying to prove his progressive chops, Delaney touted his universal health care plan that would allow people to keep their private insurance.
Instead of coherent argument for their plans, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris served up a big, confusing mess.
"Medicare for All" was at the center of the controversy, yet again.
"The health care industry will be advertising tonight on this program,” Sanders told moderator Jake Tapper. “They will be advertising tonight with that talking point.”
2020 Democratic contenders have yet to explain how any version of the government-run health care plan would pass in a sharply divided Senate.
Ahead of the Democratic debates this week, new results suggest that centrist proposals are better aligned with voter preferences.
It's government-run insurance, but with a 10-year transition and a private alternative for those who want it.
Hospitals won a big round in the fight over surprise billing legislation. And it's just a hint of what they can do.
An HIV-positive doctor is accused of spreading the disease to hundreds of unsuspecting patients, but experts warn a crumbling health care system is to blame.
A new report projects the future under a leading alternative to "Medicare for All."
"All the Medicare you have is gone," the former vice president told an AARP audience of what would happen under a "Medicare for All" plan.
The Vermont senator’s speech on "Medicare for All" implicitly pushed back against criticism from former Vice President Joe Biden.
American mothers get a raw deal post-birth, leaving many feeling exhausted, anxious and unsupported. These countries show it doesn't have to be that way.
The Health and Human Services Department notified clinics it will begin enforcing a ban on abortion referrals and on federal funding for reproductive care.
"I’m surprised that so many Democrats are running on getting rid of it," Biden said of Obamacare.
“It’s my hope and belief that the Supreme Court won’t strike the law down," Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) said.
The Republican lawsuit hasn't gotten a lot of attention lately, but it should.