By MICHAEL MILLENSON At kitchen tables everywhere, ordinary Americans have been grappling with the arcane language of deductibles and co-pays as they’ve struggled to select a health insurance plan during “open enrollment” season. Unfortunately, critical information that could literally spell the difference between life and death is conspicuously absent from the glossy […]


WEDNESDAY, Sept. 11, 2019 — The percentage of Americans living in poverty declined in 2018, but the rate of those without health insurance increased, according to a Census Bureau report. It found that 11.8% of people lived in poverty last year, the lowest level since 2001. Median household income in […]