Imagine if the next generation of Americans experienced healthcare as a human right, and quality of care wasn’t determined by wealth or income.
The last thing on your mind during a ride to the ER should be: Is this going to bankrupt me?
By 2035, seniors will outnumber children. A new plan in Washington state shows how we can care for them — and for their caretakers.
Five billion dollars is not huge in a federal discretionary budget of more than $1 trillion. But it’s an incredibly meaningful sum to any number of smaller federal government programs.
Cancer-treatment executives are reaping fortunes off deeply misleading marketing strategies.
Caring for loved ones with dementia is hard enough. Families shouldn’t have to bear a financial crisis on top of that.
Big pharma brought in millions of dollars in profits through the overprescription of opioids. Is accountability for the 63,000 fatal overdoses they caused around the corner?
Our analysis found that the average taxpayer put in 29 working days in 2017 to pay Pentagon contractors.
Health care costs are set to jump, and big employers are shedding jobs despite taking tax breaks.
The Trump tenure has been boom times for those at the top. For the rest of the country, economic opportunity looks bleak.
Billionaire-backed politicians are turning Kentucky’s health care miracle into a tragedy.
Corporations get a tax cut and lay off workers, while individual Medicaid recipients will have to provide proof of work status to hold onto their health insurance. That hardly seems fair.
Tax cuts for the wealthiest 1 percent alone could fund coverage for 12 million Americans.
At his inauguration Trump promised a government controlled by the people. How are the people faring so far?
New data from our National Priorities Project shows what’s at stake if America’s richest get a tax cut.