What is the equivalent to counter political hostage taking?
Despite men’s worsening mental and physical health, there is not a single federal office devoted to men’s health.
Those who talk about caring for the poor, while at the same time cutting the policies and programs designed to aid the poor, seem to love the idea of the idea of caring for the poor.
A detailed funding plan for cross-partisan implementation of universal basic income in the United States.
In order to sustain high levels of quality of life.
A White House Council concluded that the war on poverty is “largely over.” But, while poverty among seniors has declined, poverty among adults and children as changed little over the last 40 years.
“Workfare” has long been a pejorative term in the U.S. for welfare systems that require recipients to work, or at least look for a stable job.
Donald Trump is NOT Hitler or Mussolini. Republicans in Congress are NOT Nazi Storm Troopers. The Republican tax scam is NOT the blitz over London.
Funding for the children’s health insurance program is in jeopardy. Here’s a look at what’s at stake, and how Congress could act to secure funding for CHIP.
Medicaid is an American value in action.
Matthew Gilman shares what it’s like having a premature daughter under the fluctuating health-care debate. Here’s his take.
The common perception of homelessness doesn’t describe the experience of older adults, particularly those who first experienced homelessness late in life.
Long lines at urgent care raise questions on the future of kids’ health.
The divide between conservatives and liberals is more about what government should do, not how big it should be.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr once spoke for a voiceless nation and now, once again, impoverished Americans are finding themselves in need of a voice to defend them and speak on their behalf. Dr. Raphael G. Warnock may be that voice.
A controversial blurb in Rolling Stone shows what a post-Obama liberal agenda could look like.