Presidential candidates from both parties have proposals they say would help lower the cost of prescription drugs. But most experts say that efforts to regulate prices might not end up saving much money.
The U.S. faces a variety of serious concerns beyond just the future of the federal health law.
Republicans have long touted a proposal to allow insurers to sell across state lines as a way to help keep coverage costs down. But there are some significant obstacles to making such a system work, as this video points out.
There is more than one reason prices are rising, and no single solution.
Scalia’s death throws cases on abortion, contraception coverage into doubt.
The phrase often used for government-run health care means different things to different people. Here are five points to help explain the Democrats’ policy clash.