With healthcare reform, the White House has transformed an intimate issue into a technical argument about long-term actuarial projections.
The future of progressive politics and the nature of the American social contract, not to mention the lives and health of millions of our fellow citizens, are up for grabs.
Advocacy groups have helped to keep the public option on the negotiating table, but it may not remain in the final bill.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says Congress should stop protecting the private healthcare industry and provide quality healthcare for all Americans.
The Republicans may now be "the party of no," but it remains to be seen who exactly the Democrats are.
Healthcare as we know it is a serious burden on the national economy. Is Congress willing to make the necessary changes to overhaul the system?
Getting a Medicare-style public plan as part of healthcare reform is a winnable fight.
The Nation's Chris Hayes and National Review's Reihan Salam to debate whether Americans have a 'right' to healthcare.
Taxing benefits may raise money for Obama's healthcare reform, but it would betray union members who gave up wage increases in order to get decent coverage.