The 2018 House budget plan starts the conversation America needs to have about spending and politics, says Jake Novak.
The U.S. is falling further behind other countries on a global retirement security index.
Among the leading nations for retirement security, the U.S. didn't even crack the top 15, according to this study.
Trump voters set to lose out the most from medicaid cuts may not be fully informed, Mike Jakeman, analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit said.
Mark Weisbrot, CEPR Co-director and Co-Author Of "Social Security- The Phony Crisis," and Michael Tanner, senior fellow at the CATO Institute discuss how long the U.S. can fund social security.
Dan Holler from Heritage Action For America and Zeke Emanuel, chair of medical ethics and health policy at University of Pennsylvania, discuss the revised health-care bill and the effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on the White House's estimates for the government to be able to fully pay out social security and medicare benefits.
The current system in "imploding," says Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) talking about the Republican's health-care bill and its impact on Medicaid.
There's not a governor in the country that will endorse the bill as it is now, says Andy Slavitt, former acting administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, discussing the likelihood of Senate Republicans passing health-care legislation, and weighing in on the fate of Medicaid.
The Trustees of the Social Security and Medicare trust funds will release their 2017 reports this summer.
Experts say now is a good time for older Americans to review their options, especially if Medicaid is cut.
If you depend on Medicaid to supplement the cost of care for your special needs child, now is the time to reassess your long-term plans.
Chris Krueger, Cowen managing director, analyzes the changes to come with the latest health-care bill from the Senate.
Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois speaks out against the Senate Republicans' health-care act.
The American people don't want Medicaid slashed, says Senator Chuck Schumer as he discusses the latest health-care bill.
Washington Senator Patty Murray expresses her view on the Senate Republican's health care act.
Andy Slavitt, former acting administrator for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid, speaks about the Senate's health-care reform bill.
How healthy you are can affect your ability to save for retirement, how soon you retire, and your Social Security claiming strategy.
If you are black or Hispanic, you're less likely to get effective health care than if you are white.
Dr. Steve Miller, Express Scripts CMO, and Robert Ward, Radius Health CEO, weigh in on the stumbling blocks to lower drug prices, and how competition and generic brands help keep cost down.