America’s hepatitis C virus crisis preceded the COVID-19 pandemic. It seems likely to last long after COVID-19 reaches endemic status. Last week, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offered a bleak snapshot of a curable condition that too many patients don’t treat, even when they have insurance to cover the costs.
VETERANS today face a very different world than did veterans returning from Vietnam. Praise and adulation have replaced contempt and public humiliation.
On Friday, the U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to cap off what has been a very good week for President Joe Biden with passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, legislation that is expected to lower prescription drug costs and raise corporate taxes while helping fight rising consumer prices. But the landmark measure’s most meaningful provisions aren’t really about such short-term ...
Commentary: It is the way we acknowledge the vulnerability of human life and affirm our deep, mutual dependency.
🎧 The hosts discuss what is appropriate — and what tactics go too far — when trying to save lives.
Such is the state of the Republican Party that only eight of its 210 House members voted "yes" on a bill to protect the right to contraceptives. We're talking birth control.
The Health and Human Services Department recently made news with a report touting that “National uninsured rate reaches all-time low in early 2022.” Sounds encouraging, but look beneath the covers and what you find is a quiet but enormous shift from private to government-subsidized coverage.
We have long known that Donald Trump was a lying, dishonest, incompetent, self-centered, and lazy president.
I wonder if Biden's supporters are still happy about the Taliban shutting down education for girls, receiving America's best military equipment, and the safe haven for Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Do Biden's supporters approve the starvation Afghans are now facing? Or the huge lithium mine in Afghanis…
In June of this year the price of gasoline was approaching $5 a gallon and inflation was the highest it’s been in four decades. The Republicans were blaming President Joe Biden. In their view, he and his policies were responsible for the high cost of gas and inflation.