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Donald Trump tweeted that he supported a Republican health care bill to replace Obamacare that was unveiled in the Senate.
Senate health care bill could have hidden future costs for investors, according to the former CEO of Molina.
A recent shift in the European political landscape means there are 'simply better opportunities overseas,' an analyst says.
Republicans can afford to have no more than two members of their Senate caucus defect if they hope to pass a new health-care reform bill.
In a blistering Facebook post, the former president said the GOP bill will do "harm" to people who get sick or old.
The Republican bill threads the needle on the industry's concerns, by funding subsidies near-term, and pushing out deep cuts to Medicaid.
Health and hospital stocks released "pent-up demand" after the Senate health bill was unveiled.
Amid the uncertainty on health care, individual states are taking steps to shore up their own markets. Here's what to expect.
Humana will not return to the individual insurance market after it exits the Obamacare exchanges this year.
These accounts offer triple tax advantages and could help you cover medical expenses in retirement if you use them as investments.
The Senate health-care bill's tax cuts would go primarily to the wealthy, with 40 percent of savings going to the top 1 percent of earners.
The Republican health bill changes that structure of Obamacare's "benchmark plan" in a few major ways, Vox reports.
The Senate GOP's Obamacare replacement bill doesn't do enough to fix America's health costs, says Jake Novak.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer warns that the plan would lead to more people going uninsured and mean higher costs for consumers.
Four Republican senators announced they will not support the Senate's current Obamacare replacement plan and will push for changes.
Americans by a 3-to-1 margin consider the House Republican health-care bill to be a bad idea, according to a new NBC/WSJ poll.
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