Democrats typically gain from a broader electorate in presidential races, but that pattern is not assured in the Trump era.
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Most Americans would like the government to act, but a one-size-fits-all approach is unlikely to be the answer.
A rejection of what had been a consensus view of the relationship between the jobless rate and inflation.
Policy experimentation embraced by the administration may disappear along with the rest of the Affordable Care Act.
People would lose insurance, but workplace lactation rooms, menu calorie information and entire government programs would also be affected.
A study found that Google was more accurate than the program’s physician directories.
Issues of educational inequality raised by a 1970s-era practice remain relevant today, but language can obscure what’s really at stake.
He may be talking about a pilot program that would apply to only a small subset of drugs.
As the infections become increasingly resistant to antibiotics, some standard treatments no longer work for an ailment that was once easily cured.
Menstrual products are subject to sales taxes in 35 states, and lawmakers’ efforts to exempt them have foundered. Now supporters of ‘menstrual equity’ are considering legal action.
A new report ranks all 50 states based on which have created the most LEED-certified square feet per capita.
A three-judge panel heard 90 minutes of oral arguments in a closely watched case that threatens the health coverage of millions.
By October, more than one in five U.S. adults will be able to obtain lethal prescriptions if terminally ill. But for those who try, obstacles remain.
Friday’s numbers take some of the immediate worries off the table, but they don’t mean that all is well in the U.S. economy.
Investors expect even lower growth and inflation; this isn’t the way it’s supposed to work.
Nearly every Democrat running for president supports the idea, a sharp change from even a few years ago. Here’s a look at the policy behind the politics.
‘Medicare for all’ would essentially do away with private insurance, a fact that some politicians seem reluctant to emphasize.
There’s little transparency and not much evidence to demonstrate the effectiveness of their approach.
Forecasting is tricky when important economic indicators are pointing in different directions.
A candidate has a history of making conflicting comments about a divisive health care plan.