Under the current healthcare system, many women have become a medical underclass. So why do so many oppose a healthcare overhaul?
Americans who've been bringing guns to public meetings about healthcare reform are really just responding to a media-wide casting call for crazies.
The Nation's Chris Hayes talks about the difficulty of achieving progressives' goals in today's highly charged political climate.
After a brilliant beginning, President Obama appears to be abandoning his principles on healthcare by hedging on a public option. What should disappointed Democrats do?
The Nation's Chris Hayes explains the proposed healthcare reforms as part of a panel discussion at the Netroots Nation conference.
Since many Americans are misinformed about the opportunities a healthcare reform will bring, Sen. Bernie Sanders tries to expose the lies surrounding the bill.
Progressives must challenge the obstructionists in both parties who can't see which way the wind is blowing.
Polls show most Americans still want reform. But polls don't mean much politically if everyone stays quiet. Never mind wonkery--we need a movement.
Did Obama sell out? If House Democrats don't insist on the government's prerogative to bargain for lower prices, reform is impossible.
The Nation's Chris Hayes points out that conservative senators have little reason to vote for a healthcare reform, and Republicans will run against the bill in 2010 no matter what.