The Vermont senator's speech came as the fight over how to best provide health care for Americans has become an animating focus of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
By Juana Summers, Associated Press
It’s worth re-examining some of the fundamental flaws of United States’ current health care system, and why adopting a single-payer model makes the most sense.
By John Komlos
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.
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…
Question: I am the slightly nervous person who you interviewed recently on Broadway and 30th Street. We spoke briefly about jobs, the economy, and when and if the green shoots will sprout. I wanted to tell you that the…
Any overhaul of the nation's health care system will depend on draft legislation from the influential Senate Finance Committee. In an interview with Judy Woodruff, Sen. Charles Grassley, the top Republican on the committee, discusses the challenges facing reform.
President Obama sought to rally support for a health care overhaul during a news conference Wednesday as Congress struggles for agreement on a reform plan. Following is full text of the president's opening remarks.
The projected cost of a health care overhaul has cast doubt over whether lawmakers will be able to reach agreement on a plan while advocates for a single-payer system have been making their case. Betty Ann Bowser reports on the…
Question/Comment: When the NewsHour does segments on health care, I would love for you or any of the staff to ask the health care administrators, economists and especially the politicians why people support a health care system that requires…
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