Natalie Shure is a Los Angeles-based writer and researcher whose work focuses on history, health, and politics. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, The Atlantic, BuzzFeed, In These Times, Slate, and more. She is currently the head of research for Adam Ruins Everything on TruTV.
There's bipartisan consensus on curbing "surprise medical bills," but the American health-care system's flaws run much deeper.
Inside the growing activist energy among current and recent med students.
For anyone sincerely concerned about the potential havoc Republicans could unleash on the Affordable Care Act, it's worth noting that its brittle framework helps facilitate such partisan manipulation in the first place.
And why state-level reform is a risky proposition for most of the country.
Critics allege that the Foundation is often too generous to corporations. But it’s certainly got an admirable track record.
The museum, like the video game, relies on careful curation to furnish an alternate experience of reality. Playing Pokémon Go at a memorial isn’t just disrespectful — it interferes with the augmented reality you’re already in.