As public opinion dips on health reform, President Barack Obama prepared for a crucial prime-time speech to Congress on the divisive issue.
New health care proposals were discussed Tuesday as Congress returned to Capitol Hill after its August recess. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
President Barack Obama renewed his push for health care reform from Ohio where he addressed the AFL-CIO on Labor Day. Gwen Ifill reports.
The success of the Seattle-based medical provider, Group Health, has put new attention on whether a cooperative health plan can work on a national level. Betty Ann Bowser reports.
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.
In a continuing series of conversations with key players in the health care debate, Ray Suarez speaks with surgeon and writer Atul Gawande about spreading the concept of "rational care" in medicine.
In the latest in a series of conversations with key players in the health care debate, Jeffrey Brown speaks with Robert Laszewski, president of the consulting firm Health Policy and Strategy Associates and opponent of a public insurance option.
In the latest in a series of conversations with key players in the health care debate, Jeffrey Brown speaks with Jacob Hacker of Yale University, one of the key proponents of a public insurance option.
The more heated the fight over health care reform becomes, the more many Americans grow skeptical of how the media is covering the fiercely partisan debate. Jeffrey Brown reports.
As part of the NewsHour's series of conversations about health care reform, Betty Ann Bowser talks to Washington Post correspondent T.R. Reid, author of a new book about health care systems around the world and what the U.S. can learn…
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