9/19/2007 5:01 PM ET
The return of 'HillaryCare' leaves many questions unanswered, while journalists paint her plan as an innovative, mature solution.
9/17/2007 4:53 PM ET
Robin Toner: "Some of the romanticism about the virtues of the American health care system may be diminishing, and not just among the audiences who cheered Michael Moore's 'Sicko' this summer."
9/17/2007 3:58 PM ET
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's plan for health care would cost $110 billion.
9/10/2007 5:42 PM ET
Magazine predicts how Clinton would run American medical care even before plan is completed.
8/29/2007 2:10 PM ET
New Census data shows increase in uninsured, yet no distinction made between Americans and non-citizens.
8/27/2007 1:05 PM ET
'World News' misrepresents president's promised veto as a funding cut, ignoring $5 billion expansion.
8/24/2007 6:13 PM ET
Correspondent blogs 'what's great about the plan' Mitt Romney installed - even though Romney himself is distancing his campaign from it.
8/1/2007 2:00 PM ET
Robert Pear thinks the GOP should just give up on stopping the expansion of a federal health care program for children.
8/1/2007 1:26 PM ET
Marc Santora claimed "Mr. Giuliani cited horror stories and selective statistics" when talking about health care. No Democrat would ever do that, of course.
7/3/2007 1:49 PM ET
Magazine reports that U.S. could learn 'valuable lessons' from France, glosses over high taxes and other flaws.