Declared nearly dead this summer, the public option has made a comeback. Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser discusses the week's health care reform news.
By Lea Winerman
The public insurance option has gone for a roller-coaster ride over the past few months of debate over a health care overhaul.
By Lea Winerman
The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday became the last of five congressional panels to act on a health reform bill, passing its legislation in a 14-9 vote that saw Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe breaking from Republicans -- at least for…
The Senate Finance Committee will vote Tuesday on a sweeping revamp of the U.S. health care system as the debate over President Barack Obama's top domestic policy enters a new stage.
By Talea Miller
President Barack Obama will call Congress to a "season for action" on health care Wednesday night, urging lawmakers to set aside partisan gamesmanship in favor of drafting reform legislation, according to excerpts released by the White House.
In a summer of health care reform twists and turns, few things may have surprised the public more than the debate over the positions that their favorite -- and least-favorite -- places to shop have taken on the issue.
A key Republican Senate negotiator called Wednesday to scale back the scope of health care reform efforts.
By PBS NewsHour
Overhauling the U.S. health care system could save the country about $3 trillion over the next 10 years, according to a study released Wednesday by the Commonwealth Fund.
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