The law has flaws, but more Americans are insured than ever — and insurers are still turning a healthy profit.
My member of Congress said he'd rather talk about health care privately. I took him up on it — and was disappointed.
Anxiety and depression can make it harder for people to reach out for the help they need.
Aetna's choosing to pay some employees more than the going rate.
No statistical contortion can hide the growing divide between the 1 percent and everyone else.
Could those taxes on the richest Americans that are helping to pay for the Affordable Care Act be fueling this madness?
Allowing more time for Americans to get health insurance really isn't funny
Republicans can't get their act together enough to replace the Affordable Care Act, much less repeal it — but that's not stopping the party's staunch opposition.