In an 11th hour push to repeal Obamacare, Republicans are leaning on a murky analysis that supports their plan.
The budget agency found the Senate’s new version of its Obamacare-replacement plan would leave the same number of people uninsured as the original.
When it comes to health care and entitlements, the party’s policies don't always align with its coalition’s beliefs.
The president bought some more time for the Republican health-care effort, but he hasn’t changed any minds yet.
The Senate majority leader is punishing and rewarding senators all at once—in ways that diminish everybody in his caucus other than himself.
With the latest draft of his Obamacare replacement defeated by Republican Party holdouts, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is re-upping an old strategy. But it’s hard to see why senators would sign on.
The Senate majority leader conceded late Monday that “the effort to repeal and immediately replace” the Affordable Care Act “will not be successful.” He’s now pivoting to a repeal-and-delay plan.
The development of the Republican health-care bill offers a troubling picture of our legislative system.
Journalism in two different eras of drug waves illustrates how strongly race factors into empathy and policy.
The Better Care Reconciliation Act already increases the risk of death spirals. Under new proposed additions, that risk becomes a near-certainty.
Two Republican critics of Mitch McConnell’s proposal are vowing to block it from even coming to the floor. One more opponent, and it’s dead.
The revised Senate bill would keep more of Obamacare’s taxes while allowing insurers to wiggle out of its regulations. Will Republicans go for it?
Some of the areas hit hardest by the public-health crisis are the most dependent on federal coverage. They also happen to be in Trump country.
Republicans looking to Bill Clinton to defend cuts to the health-care program for low-income Americans are distorting history.
When at least three GOP senators demand bipartisan talks instead of a one-party approach, Mitch McConnell’s proposal will collapse for good. Until then, it still has a chance.
Protests and sit-ins at lawmakers’ offices may not be enough to compete with a crowded news cycle.
With the Senate bill in doubt, the president suggests scrapping the law now and replacing it later. It won’t work, and it’s less a new strategy than an admission of defeat.
Republicans scrambling for votes are now considering keeping a key tax on the wealthy to pay for expanded insurance coverage, as the legislation moves further away from repeal.
The parliamentarian may pose a threat to the deals Mitch McConnell is making. That's because she can reject provisions she deems unsuitable under Senate rules.
Demonstrators marched on the Capitol to protest a provision in the chamber’s health-care bill that would defund the organization.