<p>Susan Rinkunas is a senior editor at VICE. She was previously health editor at The Cut and has been a digital editor at <i>Health</i>, <i>Women's Health</i>, and <i>Runner's World</i>.</p>
The progressive Congresswoman talks to VICE about our country's failure to ensure health care and protect lives during the pandemic.
New York City has partnered with the boutique service One Medical and people who don't have health insurance can be hit with lab fees.
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"This pandemic, if anything, is waking people up to just how unreliable, and insecure, the current healthcare system is."
"It's completely abhorrent that this question should even come up."
The Supreme Court just agreed to hear a Trump-supported lawsuit that could make millions of people lose their health insurance, the last thing you want during a global pandemic.
Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg is claiming that he helped hundreds of thousands of people get health insurance.
Trump will be the first president to ever appear at the March for Life, but he's proved over and over that he doesn't value human life.
Tonight's the night to drag Pete Buttigieg for his proposal to retroactively bill people thousands of dollars for insurance.
The Department of Justice sees no need for the Supreme Court to hear a hugely important Obamacare lawsuit before November.
Michelle Williams deserves praise for talking about her abortion at the Golden Globes, but white women already vote "in their own self-interest"—to disastrous consequences.
A new South Carolina bill says the state needs to cover medical expenses for pregnant people and babies born as a result of abortion bans.