Republicans are working hard to make Obamacare fail.
Single payer is poised to become the standard position for the Democratic base.
About one-third of 412 defendants charged across the country were accused of opioid-related crimes.
It’s often difficult to distinguish between what you want to happen and what is likely to happen.
The toxic Senate bill is the broadest attack on working Americans by a governing political party in our lifetime.
We’re not getting nearly the results of other modern countries.
Medicaid covers nearly one in three in Kentucky, and people here don’t know what to oppose more: Obamacare or Republicans’ cure for it.
Republicans have long despised the use of words like “slash” or “cut” in reference to funding changes, and some believe that such words cast their health care bill in a false light.
Local news coverage across the nation shows that the reaction to the health care bill unveiled by Senate Republicans is almost uniformly negative.
We asked Times readers how the Republican bill would affect them. Here are a few of their stories.
Readers discuss how the elderly and those will disabilities may suffer.
The problem is not the care. It’s the insurance company structure.
People in transition because of layoffs, moves, illness or new ventures turned to Obamacare’s marketplaces as a stopgap, but that option may soon be gone.
Even drastic spending cuts won’t make up for its wildly optimistic assumptions about growth.
The package calls for spending more than $2.6 billion for border security — including $1.6 billion to begin work on a border wall — and slashing more than $800 billion from Medicaid.
The Justice Department said adjustments to patients’ charts were made to reap greater payments, but the company said it broke no rules.
Conservatives and liberals buy into negative myths about Medicaid. But the system works and we should be expanding it.
A former executive at UnitedHealth says he was paid bonuses to make patients look sicker than they were, which led to bigger reimbursements.
President Trump’s Obamacare replacement plan “is stunning in its shamelessness and baldness.”
Its community care centers provide quality, low-cost care.