Rep. Donna Edwards discusses the important role progressives should play in influencing the Obama presidency.
A realistic public healthcare plan should rein in costs, fix uncompetitive markets and change the way medicine is practiced.
The Obama administration is focused on cutting healthcare costs, but that may be easier said than done.
Noam Chomsky explains the lag between public will to de-privatize healthcare and political plans to implement a new system.
Obama's hybrid approach to healthcare reform will succeed if progressives come together to support smart, incremental improvements in public programs.
In my family, two medical crises have added up to financial disaster.
The privatization of veterans' healthcare limits the government's ability to honor those who serve.
The Massachusetts healthcare reform model may rest on impeccable political logic, but it's economic and medical nonsense
Can Washington summon the will to cut costs, raise revenues and cover the uninsured?