Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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‘The status quo is not sustainable:’ How Medicare for All would fill gaps in...

More than 100 Democratic lawmakers co-sponsored a House bill last month to dramatically revamp healthcare in the United States by creating a Medicare-for-All system funded by the federal government.

The health care fight is far from over

We’re going to have to keep up a winning pressure until health care is a public good available and affordable for every person in our country.

A Major American Meat Company Is Going Big With Antibiotic-Free Pork

Tyson is responding to consumer demand with a new line of meat sourced from pigs raised without drugs.

Maryland Passes a Bill to Save Its Bees

Maryland is poised to become the first state to ban a popular pesticide for consumer use.

North Dakota’s public bank was built for the people – now it’s financing police...

The nation’s only state bank was created to empower small farmers and local economies, but now it’s being used to silence indigenous people with militarized force. How did this happen?

No, Paul, it wasn’t because of “growing pains”

America and the rest of the world must hold our collective breath, hoping that the next elections – the midterms of 2018 and then the presidential election of 2020 – set things right.

Fight for health care begins

A spark has been lit in the current healthcare fight.

Toxic air – the ‘invisible killer’ that stifles 300 million children

For WHO and its partners, this series of measures to achieve a reduction of pollutants could significantly reduce the number of annual deaths from air pollution.

Veterans Affairs official downplays Agent Orange risks, questions critics

Members of Congress who are leaders on veterans' issues said the VA has an obligation to care for vets injured by Agent Orange.

How Trump’s immigration crackdown threatens ‘Made in America’ dairy-industry miracle

Idaho farmers frustrated with far-right rhetoric, endless congressional fighting over undocumented Hispanic workers.