The national health care reform debate took a new turn this week when a northern Michigan Democrat announced her intention to challenge Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich, for his seat.
Stop. Before you eat that honey mustard onion pretzel, did you know it could make you sick?
More than 100 events are scheduled nationwide tomorrow for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, including several here to empower people to address the issue.
President Obama has to overcome public fatigue and disillusionment, plus hostile opposition from Big Insurance and far-right ideologues, in order to rally enough "yes" votes in the House of Representatives for his health care reform plan.
California single-payer activist is optimistic about its state passage in the next five years.
CHICAGO - Hundreds of union members, business owners, sick people denied benefits by their insurance companies, their families and activists braved snow squalls and icy winds blowing in from Lake Michigan last night.
WILLOWBROOK, Ill. - Sixty-eight Americans die prematurely every day because they can't get access to health care coverage.
Hundreds of Buckeyes tenaciously keep up health care reform fight in Columbus, Ohio.
NEW YORK -- It was a beautiful day Feb. 20 for New Yorkers and for health care reform.
As insurers fearful of health care reform announce massive pre-emptive rate hikes the Obama administration proposed today to give the government the power to block the increases.