"Of course everyone would line up to get shots, to protect one another, to help the vulnerable like my parents, we reasoned. We were wrong."
A deal on prescription drugs may be closer than it seems, although the big question is what would be in it.
OSHA officials warned South Carolina, Arizona and Utah that they will take over enforcement if the states don’t implement new health care safety regulations.
Poor people need insurance. Seniors need dental care. And there may not be money for both.
Black women are six times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than white women in California.
The death toll is larger than the population of Boston.
It would cost a lot of money. But there's a reason for that.
COVID-19 isn't the only issue we're fighting. Exhaustion among medical professionals is more severe than ever.
He called the ruling "an unprecedented assault on a woman’s constitutional rights."
"Our healthcare heroes led the battle against the virus, and now we need them to lead the battle between the variant and the vaccine.”
A special open-enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act ends Sunday. Here's what you need to know.
As the deadly delta variant grips Louisiana, the state is imposing a new mask mandate in a bid to curb surging infections.
"Last Week Tonight" looks at the biggest problems with emergency medical services.
"My experiences in the ICU these past weeks have left me surprised, disheartened, but most of all, angry."
“Vaccination is the primary way to put the pandemic behind us and avoid the return of stringent public health measures.”
A combination of money and politics likely means party leaders can't do everything they and their supporters want.
Rep. Debbie Dingell learned first-hand the difficulty of finding home care for the elderly and those with disabilities. Now she's pushing a proposal to fix that.
A House subcommittee just advanced a spending bill without the controversial policy in it for the first time in more than 40 years.
A big reason is the temporary boost to Affordable Care Act subsidies that Biden and Democrats want to make permanent.
States with low vaccination rates are particularly at risk from a dangerous new variant of COVID-19.