Houston’s Hospitals Treat Storm Victims and Become Victims Themselves

By SHERI FINK and ALAN BLINDER August 28, 2017 Water poured into hospitals. Ambulances were caught up in roiling floodwaters. Medical transport helicopters were grounded by high winds. Houston’s world-renowned health care infrastructure found...

In Health Bill’s Defeat, Medicaid Comes of Age

By KATE ZERNIKE, ABBY GOODNOUGH and PAM BELLUCK March 27, 2017 When it was created more than a half century ago, Medicaid almost escaped notice. Front-page stories hailed the bigger, more controversial part of the law that President Lyndon B....