Does Father’s Day seem silly to you? You’re not the only person who feels that way. And you’re certainly not the first.
Hillary Clinton is making some news today. And while it’s not about whether she’ll run for president, it’s about an idea she's likely to embrace if she does: improving early childhood care and education. And that's good for the cause, no matter who becomes president in 2016.
Welcome to the new world of medicine, for better or worse
You have a sore throat, or maybe a rash. You could call your physician’s office and make an appointment, which could mean waiting for an opening and, then, schlepping across town. Or you could pop into the local Walgreens. You’ll probably see a nurse practitioner or medical assistant, rather than a physician. But you can go right away. You’ll get your prescription right there. And it might even be cheaper.
Gomez to the voters: My party is crazy, but I'm not
The special election for John Kerry’s vacant Senate seat in Massachusetts is less than two weeks away. And the Republican nominee is doing everything he can to convince voters he’s not actually a Republican.
Ohio's lieutenant governor is misleading the public about Obamacare 'rate shock'
Ohio's lieutenant governor is misleading the public about Obamacare 'rate shock'.
The truth about what those healthy 25-year-olds will pay
Not all healthy 25-year-olds will pay more under Obamacare. Here's why.
How an irresponsible Forbes writer distorted the debate
How an irresponsible Forbes writer distorted the debate.
Federal exchanges look like they'll have plenty of insurance options
Federal exchanges look like they'll have plenty of insurance options.
What Fox gets wrong about female breadwinners
The truth about female breadwinners.
Obamacare hate is a full-time occupation on the right. But a story from Monday’s New York Times is a reminder that some pieces of the law should have conservatives celebrating, for the same reason they are leaving liberals like me a little queasy.