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The political and procedural hurdles are many, but the hunger for victory among Republicans may overcome all.
Americans, and higher-income whites in particular, vastly overestimate progress toward economic equality between blacks and whites.
Have you experienced a health care system outside the United States? Tell us its best or worst feature. And what advice would you give Americans?
Assessing the systems in eight countries can inform the debate in the U.S. over universal coverage.
The bill envisions a wholesale transformation of the U.S. health system, but it also considers more modest reforms to smooth the transition.
In both the United States and Europe, far-right voters are far more likely to express concerns about immigration and race than trade.
The young are much less likely to vote, a perennial problem, but signs suggest participation levels could soon rise.
The Medicare-for-all plan would mean not just an expansion but a redefinition of the program.
We’ve known for a while that adolescent sleep cycles and high school hours are misaligned. But this is not just a health problem.
The 31 states that expanded Medicaid saw a larger increase in drug overdoses. But what does that prove?
It’s their version of “repeal and replace.” But converting to “Medicare for all” requires complicated choices.
Prescription drug monitoring programs can reduce the overuse of narcotics — but many states have adopted relatively weak versions.
Let’s skip the nationwide bidding war and cut right to the winner.
A growing model consensus that Irma is likeliest to make landfall on the western side of the the peninsula, but all of South Florida is in peril.
A study casts a light not just on gender bias, but also on how algorithms work.
Generic images used in ads, billboards, magazines and blogs hold up a mirror to culture at a particular moment in time. But can they also subtly influence it?
A wealth of data is available at your fingertips on the internet, but individual data points can be misleading.
More an accident of history than anything else, a product of World War II and tax policy, it is the system we seem to be stuck with.
Clinton supporters appear to have seen faster wage growth and steeper declines in unemployment, according to new data.
Houston embodies wildly different lessons on how to build a city. And everyone is doubling down.