Too much government involvement in private medical decisions, say some critics. Too scanty on the details, charges another.
By addressing the American Medical Association Monday, Obama is trying to woo a group that was central to defeating healthcare reform 16 years ago.
As novelty and sustainability drive design, more structures are deliberately temporary.
Senator Chris Dodd, among other senators involved in upcoming health care legislation, have family ties or financial investments in the industry they are meant to reform.
His idea of a public insurance plan to compete with private ones is meeting resistance. Will the alternative of health insurance 'cooperatives' suffice?
The state-by-state system leaves many students 'inadequately prepared,' Education Secretary Arne Duncan said Wednesday at a Monitor breakfast.
While they expect action, many warmed to words that bespoke a knowledge and appreciation of Islamic culture.
Tiny Postville, Iowa, struggles to regain its footing one year after the largest immigration sweep in US history.