Dan Mangan is a reporter covering health care and other issues for CNBC.com.
Mangan has been a journalist for more than 20 years, most recently as a general assignment/rewrite reporter at the New York Post. In his more than dozen years at The Post, Mangan routinely covered major stories, including the 9/11 terror attacks, the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme, the 2008 financial meltdown and a slew of juicy Gotham scandals du jour, among them the personal tribulations of Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez.
Prior to that, Mangan began his career in his native Connecticut, writing obituaries for The Hour of Norwalk, before moving on to cover business, government and the court systems at The Hour, the Fairfield County Business Journal and The Advocate of Stamford.
Insurers are departing some markets or requesting higher rates because the administration will not guarantee key Obamacare reimbursements.
Criminal defense lawyer Gerald Lefcourt says there is more than enough evidence to charge President Trump with obstruction of justice.
Comey said Trump never raised the idea of interfering in any other probe other than the one involving Michael Flynn.
A "growing body of evidence suggests ... election campaigns can have both positive and negative effects on health," an article says.
Trump's visit comes as GOP leaders in the Senate move toward potentially introducing health-care reform legislation soon.
Forbes said more than $500,000 in donations to the charity was re-donated to other charities, some which were connected to the Trump family.
Anthem pointed to continued "volatility" in the individual plan market.
If you are black or Hispanic, you're less likely to get effective health care than if you are white.
Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina also said the House's bill to replace Obamacare is "dead on arrival" in the Senate.
Premiums could by more than 36 percent higher if insurers stop recieving key reimbursements, and if the Obamacare individual mandate ends.