I'm a Doctor. Greedy Health Care Failed My Father
The truth is that health care is big business, and the primary goal is not necessarily the best patient outcomes.
Mike Pence compares Trump to Biden over Social Security, Medicare
"Sadly, my former running mate's policy is identical to Joe Biden's," Pence said while arguing in favor of "compassionate solutions" for "entitlement reform."
Social Security benefits are being eroded under Joe Biden
Soaring inflation in recent years has "deeply weakened" the buying power of Social Security benefits, according to The Senior Citizens League.
Donald Trump says these two things "destroyed" Ron DeSantis
Donald Trump criticized Ron DeSantis for the second time this week, saying the governor's stances on Social Security and Medicare will lead to his downfall.
Woman gives up dream job at 29 after mom's tiredness is actually Dementia
Jacquelyn Revere found herself, at the age of 29, a full-time caregiver for her mother and her grandmother, who were both living with dementia.
Matt Gaetz wants discussion on raising Social Security age
Social Security and Medicare are poised to run out of funds to pay out full benefits within the next decade.
Why the forgotten sandwich generation are surviving but "not really living"
Ever heard of the "sandwich generation"? That's probably because you're not part of this overlooked group of caregivers.
Looking for Waste, Fraud, and Abuse? Start Here
When it comes to a budget showdown in Washington, facts rarely get in the way of a good sound bite, and the reality of what drives our debt and deficits matters far less than the political reality of the parties involved in the debate.
The End of Entitlements Obsession Points Toward Common Good Conservatism
A common good approach to politics is not synonymous with socialism, as some latter-day Paul Ryan acolytes and George W. Bush-era conservatives insist.
To Win in the Future, the GOP Needs to Embrace Entitlement Reform Now
For years, too many in Congress were afraid of any serious effort to reform entitlement programs.
Mike Pence might have already killed his presidential hopes
The former president has gone against Donald Trump by suggesting the topic of cutting Medicare and Social Security needs to be "on the table."
East Palestine residents could get Medicare for life after Ohio disaster
A clause in the Affordable Care Act protects victims of hazardous materials exposure—but requires the declaration of a public health emergency by the President.
Donald Trump and Joe Biden finally agree on something
Trump is looking to outflank his opponents on cuts to entitlement spending like Medicare and Social Security, knifing his political rivals in the process.
Mitch McConnell sides with Joe Biden against extreme Republicans
McConnell suggested that Senator Rick Scott could have difficulty securing re-election in Florida.
Rick Scott's connection to massive Medicare fraud scandal resurfaces
Scott, a Republican senator from Florida, challenged President Joe Biden to a debate about Medicare and Social Security on Thursday.
Do Republicans want to get rid of Social Security? What they've said
Florida Senator Rick Scott said Biden is "confused," noting that he does not seek to cut Social Security.
Marjorie Taylor Greene defends heckling during SOTU: "Not sorry one bit"
The Georgia Republican representative does not regret interrupting President Joe Biden's address with shouts and boos, saying she "doesn't clap for liars."
List of Republicans who have suggested cutting Medicare, Social Security
Biden claimed "some Republicans want Medicare and Social Security to sunset" during his State of the Union address.
Republicans Tee It Up for Buoyant Biden at the State of the Union
Last night, President Biden gave the annual State of the Union address, stuffed with data-infused tidbits about his administration's accomplishments. The president was unusually lucid and buoyant in his hour-plus speech,
How Joe Biden skewered Republicans in State of the Union "masterclass"
The president responded to Republicans who heckled him during his speech on Tuesday after comments about Social Security and Medicare.
Joe Biden's State of the Union highlights—Three surprising moments
Biden clashed with some Republicans after the president accused the GOP of wanting to cut Social Security and Medicare.
Biden earns bipartisan SOTU applause for Medicare and Social Security
"So folks, as we all apparently agree, Social Security and Medicare are off the books now," the president said during his speech.
To Deal with Debt, Congress Must Slow Federal Health Spending
It's long past time for policymakers to get serious about Washington's fiscal course. Congress must enact reforms to federal health programs.
Trump's chance to make GOP "uneasy" about DeSantis in 2024: Analyst
Ed Kilgore wrote in a Saturday column that the ex-president "will go after DeSantis for supporting budget austerity, entitlement reform," and more.
Trump tells Republicans what funding to cut as McCarthy eyes deal with Dems
Donald Trump said Republicans shouldn't "vote to cut a single penny from Medicare or Social Security to help pay for Joe Biden's reckless spending spree."
What to do if you are nearing retirement and are financially unprepared
Mark Miller, a veteran financial journalist and author, talks about his new book "Retirement Reboot: Commonsense Financial Strategies to Get Back on Track."
How to save—not cut—Social Security
Social security needs to be saved not cut. A veteran financial journalist explains why and how.
Joe Biden outlines why he thinks 2023 will be a "great year"
One thing the president highlighted was that a monthly cap on the cost of insulin for diabetic patients on Medicare takes effect on January 1.
Insurance Expert: 7 Medicare Concepts Explained
There are certainly points that people on all sides have, but unfortunately, they're often painting the pictures they want to paint to benefit their business, party or agenda.
How Medicare Advantage Scams Seniors
Where billions of dollars flow, deceptive actors follow. And nowhere does deception run deeper than how health insurers lure seniors into Medicare Advantage plans—only to leave many retirees struggling to cover their out-of-pocket requirements when their incomes are their lowest.