This Trio of Studies Sadly Illustrates the Impact of Racism on Black People
From education to income to insurance, White supremacy strikes again and again.
Record Number of Floods Hit U.S. in 2016, Racking Up Global Natural Disaster Costs
The price marks a new high since records began in 1980.
Insured or Not, Women and Children's Health Shortchanged
The escalation of insurance costs is old news by now, but in light of the recession, the pattern doesn’t augur well for a half-baked reform plan.
The Insurance Industry's Stealth Attack on Health Reform
Why you should care about “Medical Loss Ratio.” No, really.
In the Wake of Health Reform, Abortion Under Attack