Staring down the near-certainty of running next year against a Democrat whose campaign will feature a sweeping vision for health care, President Donald Trump is rolling out the latest in a series of isolated health care policies that his team hopes will stack up to a plan he can run on.
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Health care benefits are really important to many union workers -- important enough to give up pay raises or even to walk off the job to keep the coverage they've negotiated.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to give the federal government the ability to negotiate and cap prices on hundreds of drugs.
With United Auto Workers still patrolling the picket lines in their strike against General Motors, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden spent Tuesday drawing sharp distinctions over their plans for health care in a way that could directly impact those on strike.
Tennessee released a plan Tuesday to radically overhaul its Medicaid program, seeking to take advantage of the Trump administration's push to give states more flexibility in covering low-income residents' health care needs.
Elizabeth Warren is the presidential candidate with a plan for just about everything -- but there's one significant exception when it comes to an issue that is top of mind for so many voters: Health care.
Pete Buttigieg called it "unwatchable." Amy Klobuchar warned that "a house divided cannot stand." Julián Castro said what was unfolding on stage was "called an election."
Democrats running for president have said they would support extending government health care coverage to undocumented immigrants -- a big shift, since undocumented immigrants currently have little access to federal programs.
The share of uninsured Americans rose for the first time in nearly a decade, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday.
Many Democrats running for the 2020 presidential nomination want to get more people insured by broadening Medicare to cover all Americans.
The chairman of the House Oversight Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy asked the US Food and Drug Administration in a letter on Thursday to take
Maggie Willems loves Joe Biden, but with each passing month, she also likes Elizabeth Warren more and more.
It's been an up and down summer for Kamala Harris.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock and New York Mayor Bill de Blasio offered two markedly different views of the Democratic Party at CNN town halls on Sunday, providing a stark example of the political divide inside the party.
The drama on night two of CNN's presidential debate starts at center stage on Wednesday.
The second round of Democratic debates kicks off Tuesday night in Detroit with the primary's leading progressives, Sens. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Elizabeth Warren of Massac
The International Association of Fire Fighters opposes "Medicare for All," telling Democratic presidential candidates "we would find it difficult to support any candidate" who proposes eliminating employer-sponsored health care.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris released a health care plan on Monday that would put the US on the path toward a government-backed health insurance system but stops short of completely eliminating private insurance.
When Donald Trump won the White House, Grant Gaither counted himself among the skeptics. He didn't like the guy or his rhetoric.
Michael Bennet, one of two dozen Democrats vying for the 2020 presidential nomination, unveiled Friday a plan to improve rural health care.
The Senate Finance Committee Tuesday rolled out its long-awaited bipartisan plan aimed at lowering prescription drug prices.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris in an interview with CNN on Tuesday responded to President Donald Trump's racist attack on four Democratic congresswomen of color by saying he "needs to go back where he came from and leave that office."
Bernie Sanders on Saturday accused former Vice President Joe Biden of using "misinformation" to attack the Vermont senator's "Medicare for All" proposal, further escalating an emerging battle among leading Democratic presidential candidates over health care policy.