The shots are saving lives, but we don’t know their long-term effects thanks to an agency that often answers to industry instead of the public.
Every metric puts D.C. one or two notches up from dead last. Even Mississippi does it better. Why isn’t this a bigger story?
An insightful new history of the Affordable Care Act—and the fight to save it—points to a difficult road ahead for insuring Americans.
Our economy and health depends on getting poorer countries access to vaccines. Fortunately, there are ways to do that. Here’s how.
The slow march to the privatization of veterans’ care began on McDonough’s watch. As Biden’s VA Secretary, can he turn back the clock?
The fix will help many consumers. But the details show just how hard bigger reform will be.
His experience fighting Sutter Health’s monopolistic practices in California gives him insights he can put to use as Secretary.
Owing to the pandemic, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration gets COVID complaints that go unanswered. A Harvard study finds they correspond workplace deaths.
Here are the institutions that save lives, save money, and serve social justice.
They don’t want you to know what the other guy is paying.