Eighty-six percent of people buying HealthCare.gov plans had at least three insurance companies to choose from this year.» Read More
Biotech giant Celgene has invested $1 billion in Juno Therapeutics in a move to that backs experimental cancer treatments, the FT reports.
After the Supreme Court ruling, Obamacare IS here to stay—but it will be challenged and it will change long after Obama leaves office, says Dan Eaton.
The case revolves around subsidies that help reduce out-of-pocket costs for most Obamacare customers.
A Republican congressman has introduced a bill called the "SCOTUScare Act," which would compel the Supreme Court to be on Obamacare.
Billionaire investor John Paulson is looking to make more money on health care.
California voted to end state immunization exemptions based on religious or personal beliefs, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Obamacare—It's worse than the Supremes, says Larry Kudlow. Is a taxypayer bailout in store?
Obamacare-driven consolidation among health insurers won't lead to higher costs, Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove tells CNBC.
This sector's rally has been so strong that even those who are bearish say they wouldn't dare get short.
Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia, known for his wit and savage pen, saved some of his sharpest barbs for his Obamacare ruling dissent.
Despite losing in court, Obamacare critics said the law still has deep flaws.
Shares of Humana jumped on Thursday after a report surfaced that the takeover bid by Aetna was moving forward.
A new study says trying to have more sex to improve your mood may backfire and make you less happy, contrary to previous research.
President Barack Obama spoke on Thursday morning after his landmark health care law survived its second major legal challenge.
See how major health care industry stocks are responding to the Supreme Court's Obamacare ruling.
The Supreme Court upheld the use of federal financial aid for more than 6 million people enrolled in health insurance through HealthCare.gov.
Here's why the Supreme Court ruling is great news for hospitals and medical equipment companies.
A Supreme Court ruling set to be released may determine the fate of Obamacare—and it could also have a significant impact on health-care stocks.
The public has largely made up its mind on gay marriage and Obamacare as the Supreme Court prepares to render decisions, says an NBC-WSJ poll.
Hospitals are taking on Yelp with their own ratings and review system.
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