It’s likely that the Trump-Ryan failure will push state legislatures to consider expanding Medicaid—putting even more people under the public insurance system.
With Trump poised to sign into law, resolution will dismantle 'years of privacy protection that people have had in this country'
If America gets saddled with a runaway convention, the Koch coterie of funders will be to blame.
Mara Keisling, executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, said the president has “once again put the fox in charge of the hen house” by appointing someone to a government agency who opposes the agency’s mission.
Paul Ryan is correct about only one thing. Congress is in the hands of Republicans who for years have only said “no.”
Americans rallied against the GOP to defend their right to healthcare, Democrats are being urged to seize on the moment.
This plan gives health insurance companies a chance to profit even more than they did from the Affordable Care Act — and with fewer restrictions.
Prior to Obamacare, many trans people were denied health care – even if they could afford insurance – simply for being trans.
"You can't say this is not my problem―I have insurance, this is not my problem," healthcare CEO Mario Molina said. "This is your problem. You just don't know it yet"
This Republican health care bill would actually kill people who need help most.
Before taxes on the rich are cut and social programs decimated, remember that poor Americans currently pay higher tax rates than the richest 1 percent.
'Climate change is out for the time being,' said one anonymous German official.
His heart is still in the newsroom.
“If newspapers weren’t run into the ground, I’d probably still be at one,” David Simon said this week. The creator of “The Wire,” “Homicide: Life on the Streets,” “Treme” and “The Corner,” never had a master plan for jumping from the overnight cop beat at the Baltimore Sun to the heights of HBO prestige dramas.
And, despite the collapse of the newspaper industr
President Trump's first budget proposal includes cutting EPA funding by a third, ending international climate work, squelching research.
James Mattis’ unpublished testimony before a Senate panel recognizes a threat others in the administration reject or minimize.
U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang's opinion said that the new executive order was “the realization of the long-envisioned Muslim ban.”
It’s starting to look like President Trump’s promised $1-trillion plan to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure will be as bad for us as his health care plan turned out to be.
'This marks the latest in an already too-long list' of potential violations, says ethics watchdog.
Highly-anticipated report on GOP's Obamacare replacement plan finds 14 million people would lose coverage in the first two years alone.
So, was the Congressional Budget Office really “way, way off … in every aspect” of how it predicted that Obamacare would work, as the White House claims? No, it wasn’t.
The CBO actually nailed the overall impact of the law on the uninsured pretty closely. It predicted a big drop in the percentage o