Voters will have a lot on their minds when they go to the polls next year. Resident scholar Merrill Matthews thinks 2020 will be a referendum on healthcare policy.
Lawmakers in Congress have introduced bills to add 1,000 new hospital residencies over the next five years to combat a national physician shortage intensified by the opioid crisis.
Another enrollment period for Obamacare is about to get under way for people seeking health insurance coverage.
Democrat voters are confused about what a single-payer, Medicare for All plan actually means, a new poll shows.
You’re served with a notice. Apparently you’d shared some photos you didn’t own on the internet a while ago, and now someone–possibly an artist, possibly a copyright troll–can file for damages of up to $30,000. Scam, you think, and toss the paper. Unfortunately for you, those copyright infringement proceedings were real, and now a government entity unbeknownst to you–something called the Copyright Claims Board–has determined, without judge or jury, that you owe this person $30,000.
Supporters of single-payer healthcare continue their efforts to promote the system in the U.S. but a critic says a sad and preventable case in Canada puts another dent in the argument for government-run healthcare.
Even though two Democratic presidential primary frontrunners tout their universal healthcare program as “Medicare for All,” one expert in the medical field stresses that it is not today’s Medicare for all.
A political scholar believes the controversy surrounding Joe Biden's son could weigh down on the former vice president.
Political scholar Dr. Merrill Matthews of IPI says three main factors contribute to Elizabeth Warren's rise in the Democratic presidential polls.