Senate Republicans so far have presented three different versions of an Obamacare replacement bill. » Read More
Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute, talks about the populist movement that drove President Trump into office. » Read More
Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute, says fragmented groups within the Republican Party are blocking the passing of health-care reform legislation, while the Democrats are voting as a solid block. » Read More
Peter Orszag, Lazard Health Care co-head, weighs in on the outlook of health-care reform as legislation remains mired in the senate and the White House remains "stuck" with a program they did not want.
Presidents Trump and Obama made the same mistake, a former U.S. assistant secretary of Commerce tells CNBC.
The post-GOP Obamacare market will be stable and even profitable for insurers, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
President Donald Trump is making a last-ditch effort to find some way to revive his party's seemingly failed efforts on the health-care bill.
Health insurance stocks have risen, but Charles Sizemore of Sizemore Capital Management says he doubts those companies can continue passing costs on to consumers.
McConnell's decision to hold a vote comes despite opposition from at least four Republicans, which likely dooms its prospects.
For health insurers, the biggest fallout from the GOP’s retreat from health reform will be the return of a health insurance fee.
Republicans don’t have a coherent policy vision to repeal and replace Obamacare, Vox reports.
The GOP's latest health bill is dead. Here's why repeal now, replace later is not a viable alternative, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a 30 percent rise in quarterly profit, driven by growth across its businesses.
The greenback took another hit on Tuesday after the Trump health-care bill failed to get enough backing to proceed to a debate.
Sens. Jerry Moran, R-Ks., and Mike Lee, R-Utah, became the third and fourth GOP senators to oppose their party's health-care bill. Sri Jegarajah reports.
Americans don't like the way President Donald Trump is going about changing the health-care system, a poll says.
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.
Eight to 10 Republican U.S. senators have serious concerns about Republican health-care legislation to roll back Obamacare, said Republican Senator Susan Collins.
The dollar has tumbled, but analysts weren’t pointing to weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation. Instead, they fingered a “Trump discount."
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