Two major questions hang over health care reform - how much will it cost to do it and how costly will it be if we don't?
The House is expected to vote on health care legislation this week, with the Senate to follow. Here's a primer on the major effects for consumers.
Americans and their lawmakers are dramatically out of sync on health care, with large majorities of people looking for bipartisan cooperation.
As states struggle with red ink, seniors face new fees for in-home services like meal deliveries, personal care assistants and visiting nurses.
President Obama called for one final attempt by Democrats to enact bitterly contested health care legislation, calling for a vote within weeks.
Skyrocketing premiums have stunned those who buy their own health insurance. Here are steps you can take to shrink your payments.
A new study shows some disturbing trends in health care costs that might make retirement extremely tough for aging baby boomers.
President Obama and his Democratic allies are pleading their case for health care overhaul today in an extraordinary summit with Republicans.
Will the outcome of President Obama's proposed health care summit later this month be a piece of historic reform or just some political theater?
Although President Obama's health care reform has stalled, conservative lawmakers in many states are trying to ban health insurance mandates.