Ask Doctor Kildare, Part 1Introducing an occasional series answering real questions from fake people about the Senate floor debate on Obamacare.
Will Health Reform Lower Premiums?Yes and no, says the Congressional Budget Office.
Psst: The House's Health Bill Is CheaperCBO changes its mind about the Pelosi bill's cost.
Let the Amending Begin!How to fix the Senate health reform bill.
ReidCare: The RemixWhat's inside the "blended" Senate health reform bill.
My Own Private ScreeningWhat watching ESPN could teach us about mammograms.
Health Reform's Senior MomentA new government report says health reform will "jeopardize access" to Medicare.
Lefties Against ReformA taxonomy of left-liberal opposition to the health care bill.
Do We Have a Winner?How to reform the broken medical malpractice system.
Government's Heavy HandSocialized medicine intrudes on the march against Obamacare.
LiebermaniaWill Joe Lieberman filibuster health care reform, or won't he?
Why the House Bill Is BetterThe "blended" House health reform bill is an argument for unicameralism.
Did Lieberman Just Kill the Public Option?Don't bet on Connecticut's junior senator showing independence from the insurance lobby.
The Wall Street Lyin' JournalThe Journal editorial page's whoppers about public-option polls.
Biting the HandThe "senator from Aetna" fights for the public option.
Forget the Cost CurveCurbing medical inflation is no longer a plausible reason to pass health reform.
Gun Nuts Against Health ReformHow the gun lobby groped its way into the Obamacare debate.
ModerationSen. Blanche Lincoln's Web site can't make up its mind about the public option.
The Nativism TaxWhat it will cost you to deny illegal immigrants health insurance.
Harry Reid's StripteaseWhat we know about the Senate's "blended" health care bill, and what we don't.
Mr. Level Playing FieldLen Nichols explains why his "level playing field" is misunderstood by the Congressional Budget Office.
Will Reid Tax the Rich?The Senate majority leader develops a case of House envy.
Abort LobbyHealth insurers are docile about the Stupak amendment. Here's why.
Watch It ShrinkThink the House health care reform bill's too long? Not after the Senate whittles away at it.
Don't Be StupakAbortion foes meddle with private health insurance.
Public Option, RIP?The Congressional Budget Office explains the perils of compromise and the limits of its own interest in health costs.
Squaring the CircleThe Senate's public-option talk turns baroque.
Snowe DumpWhy it's smart to forget about bipartisan health reform.
Sun Rises in East, Sets in WestWhy the Washington Post is hyping the public option.
Busted TrustDemocrats to health insurers: "Nice little antitrust exemption you've got there. Wouldn't want anything to happen to it."