Americans will spend $9.8 billion on pet healthcare this year. Why is the President so insistent that we can't provide health coverage to poor children?
The testimony of three former Surgeons General offers more proof of how the Bush Administration's corps of inept political operatives subverts our system of checks and balances.
Sure we have a healthcare system in America. The trouble is, it's designed not to make people healthy but to make money.
SEIU President Andy Stern heads one of the strongest unions in the country. Why is he so cozy with corporations?
Will an upcoming vote in Congress signal the end of Medicare?
Michael Moore's healtcare documentary is less partisan, less outrageous--but more real--than anything he's done before.
Campaign '08 is heading for a great debate: Will individualized plans or a broad public guarantee of coverage replace our broken corporate system?
A medical breakthrough has provoked opposition from conservatives, consumer advocates and antivaccine groups.
Affordable healthcare is rapidly emerging as the top domestic policy issue in the 2008 presidential race. Candidates, got ideas?
If it becomes a national model, a new, highly touted health insurance
law in Massachusetts would make American healthcare, already on life
support, take a turn for the worse.