The history of Medicare and Medicaid indicates that the ACA will grow and evolve within the nation’s health care framework.
What does the amount—$18.7 billion—mean to one of the wealthiest, most profitable corporations on the planet?
The political conversation surrounding the ACA must move beyond repeal and turn toward serious debates about how to improve and shape health care for future generations.
The proposed rule would take several steps to rebalance the playing field in favor of students and families.
Setting a responsible course for the federal budget requires political will and compromise.
Like most presidents, Obama’s track record promoting peace on the African continent has been a decidedly mixed bag.
Workers are not reaping the full benefits of their increasing productivity or the country’s economic growth.
Passing comprehensive reform would allow immigration authorities to target individuals who truly threaten public safety.
In the most painful way possible, America learned what happens when financial oversight is not taken seriously.
In the wake of a nuclear deal, the United States and its partners must work to counter Iran’s destructive behavior across the Middle East.
support for corporate religious freedom only serves to perpetuate a false, unrepresentative view of small business owners’ beliefs—and does so at the expense of working women.
Recognizing and respecting the dignity of all work, embracing the responsibility to family, and caring for the most vulnerable citizens are values that must inform the United States’ approach to elder care.
The Obama administration needs to fight for the basic idea that underpins the LWCF: Investment in conservation should be a condition for offshore drilling.
U.S.-led effort to defeat ISIS remain hampered by the failure to fully integrate the anti-ISIS military strategy into wider political strategy.
Aligning incentives would create a vibrant lending market in which both borrowers and lenders could benefit from the extension of credit.