Rep. Mary Miller's made the comments after she was endorsed by Donald Trump.
Cigna and Humana join Aetna in waiving patient cost-sharing on all treatments for COVID-19.
Medicare for All is the best option available for giving Americans high-quality health care coverage, according to a published scientific study.
AOC took to social media on Sunday to suggest former Maryland representative and presidential hopeful John Delaney "sashay away" after his comments that Medicare-for-all was "not good policy."
Progressives have long argued Obamacare didn't go far enough in expanding coverage.
Hillary Clinton says she'd defend and expand the Affordable Care Act, while Donald Trump says he'd repeal it his first day in office.
Weighing in on the 2016 presidential race, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell said “everyone in the United States is supported by the government in their healthcare.”
Under the plan, the average middle-class family would pay $466 in healthcare premiums — per year.
Sanders really digs talking about Scandinavian countries. Here's why.
A Blue Cross exec says people who are finally covered under Obamacare and seeking treatment are costing the insurers a bundle.
Obamacare's website rollout was very poor, but American attitudes on the system overall may surprise you.
The administration has postponed the Obamacare deadline for employers to insure all full-time workers until 2015.
The Occupy Wall Street protest movement is expected to resume Monday, on the 1-year anniversary of the protests. Is the coalition passé and irrelevant? Or is it a canary in a coalmine - an indicator of worsening economic and social problems in the United States?
By embracing the free market as a great leveler, Romney backs a plan that looks similar to the system before the Affordable Care Act.
Romney, Ryan Defend Proposals, Yet Sidestep Specifics, In First Major Post-Convention Interviews [VIDEO]
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, defended their tax, economic, and health-care ideas while trying to direct a more precise attack on Democratic President Barack Obama during interviews on four of the major Sunday-morning television talk shows this weekend.
The video, released on Thursday, highlights the pledges President Obama has kept since entering the White House. But what promises hasn't he kept?
Former President Bill Clinton received wide acclaim for the rousing speech he delivered last night at the Democratic National Convention on behalf of President Obama, which was met with several rounds of standing applause. But fact-checkers working behind the scenes were less enamored with his oration. According to FactCheck.org, a non-partisan website that works to correct misleading political claims, the speech was "a fact-checker's nightmare." By 'nightmare,' the website was re...
While the presidential candidates' plans to tackle unemployment, the national debt, health care reform, immigration, gay marriage and gun control might be the topics that have Main Street voters buzzing ahead of this year's election, a new report by the global equity research team at Standard & Poor's shows Wall Street investors have very different policy debates in mind.
Michelle Obama closed out the first day of the 2012 Democratic National Convention with a rousing speech that paid personal tribute to her husband but also seemed built to coalesce support among Democrats at the start of the three-day DNC.
Fast-food franchise owners say the Affordable Care Act could virtually put them out of business with its requirements that they provide health-care coverage.
Sunday morning's talk show circuit featured a particularly matronly streak, with abortion, birth and Mother Nature dominating most of the political punditry's attention. The talk shows rolled into the day amid the continuing fallout over Todd Akin's "legitimate rape" comment and Mitt Romney's "birth certificate" comment.
Though he denies it today, presumptive Republican Party vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan?s primary economic and fiscal influence was Ayn Rand, an extremely conservative thinker whose flawed economic and social theories were only outdone in perniciousness by her utter disregard for society and the common good.
Republican Party presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s selection of U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., as his running mate is an attempt to re-structure the 2012 campaign’s debate so that it conforms to the Tea Party’s agenda - but it's one that will not change the election’s outcome.
Employers in the restaurant and retail industries -- those with a large number of hourly wage workers who traditionally had minimal or no health insurance -- are more likely than other companies to drop their health plans or cut worker's hours in order to maintain their already slim profit margins.
CNN's Jim Walton is resigning at the end of the year so that the company can benefit from new thinking and a different perspective.