A white working-class Democratic stronghold in Pennsylvania voted for Barack Obama before flipping to Donald Trump in 2016. But don’t expect to hear a debate about impeachment. With Trump, the battle lines were drawn long ago.
If anything defines the growing health gap between rural and urban America, it’s the rise of emergency telemedicine in the poorest, sickest, and most remote parts of the country, where the choice is increasingly to have a doctor on screen or no doctor at all. These physicians, often hundreds of miles away, work out of cubicles instead of exam rooms.