Americans across the spectrum voted to raise wages, expand health care, and protect abortion rights. These issues have a common thread.
The first-ever Senate hearing on Medicare for All examined how our profit-driven healthcare system endangers patients and betrays nurses.
Generations have fought for the constitutional rights to privacy and bodily autonomy. We must protect them.
Profit maximizing in the newspaper industry is corroding the knowledge base that sustains government by the people.
Guard members have stepped up heroically during the pandemic. If we invested in more than just the military, maybe they wouldn’t have to.
The loss of disabled and chronically ill lives due to COVID-19 is no less tragic or preventable.
Aging and disabled Americans — and the workers who care for them — have a huge stake in federal budget negotiations.
People in high-income countries represent 16 percent of the world’s population, but have received 56 percent of COVID-19 vaccine doses.
The American Rescue Plan will help over 1 million uninsured Americans get covered — and cut premiums by half for millions more.
For-profit hospital billionaire owners see their wealth increase by $8.1 billion since March 2020.
The answer from a blue-ribbon medical commission on the Trump years: decades of rising inequality.
Not even a raging pandemic stopped Republicans from dragging yet another effort to throw millions off their health care to the Supreme Court.
The president just benefited from lifesaving, taxpayer-funded measures. He has no business blocking Americans from getting the same.
The president has free access to the best medical care in the world. There’s no reason why the rest of America shouldn’t get what their taxes pay for.
Nurses are losing lives and jobs while health care executives rake in million after million.