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The vast majority of people who enrolled in Obamacare on HealthCare.gov will be re-enrolled in their health plans and subsidies they receive.
Obamacare has stirred a lot of partisan bickering but here's one thing you can't argue about, says Jake Novak.
The word "unexpectedly" for negative economic data has become a much-mocked cliché, but this week's first-quarter GDP number deserves an exception. The Fiscal Times reports.
Most insurers in Florida aren't disclosing their Obamacare rates for next year because they say they are trade secrets.
The uninsured rate in the US has fallen due to Obamacare, but the wide ranges of rates in individual states could actually grow wider.
Expanding Medicaid eligibility will significantly affect uninsured rates in seven major cities, and bring them billions in federal money, according to a study.
People who had their old health care plans canceled aren't necessarily paying higher premiums under Obamacare, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey.
People who receive subsidies and opted for the second-cheapest group HealthCare.gov plans now pay just $69 per month on average in premiums.
The United States health-care system has again come in last in a comparison of other first-world countries, despite vastly outspending those nations.
Some Americans who've enrolled in an Obamacare exchange plan with a government subsidy could find themselves on the hook to Uncle Sam next spring.
A person who found personal information of 413 Obamacare enrollees in an abandoned backpack in Connecticut first contacted a top GOP legislator.
As many as 400 people enrolled in Connecticut's Obamacare exchange may have had their personal information stolen, officials said Friday afternoon.
The estimated total of Obamacare fines paid by uninsured Americans will be $3 billion less in 2016 than previously estimated because of exemptions.
Religious leaders say the money that would flow to states and businesses if they expanded Medicaid eligibility is just too good to pass up.
Fifty-one percent of voters are tired of hearing congressional candidates talk about Obamacare, and want to hear about things like jobs.
More than 7 out of 10 Americans says Obamacare has had a mostly negative effect or not much of one at all on the US, according to a Bankrate survey.
A MoneyRates.com survey found 33 percent of workers expect to delay their retirement because of Obamacare, and just 19 percent expect to retire early.
Many people who previously spent lots of money for prescriptions will be helped by Obamacare, but some may be surprised at what they still owe.
A possible White House move to bail out insurance companies would be a slip toward government domination of health care, Athenahealth CEO Jonathan Bush says.
Medicaid enrollment has risen in most anti-Obamacare states, which may further strain some of their budgets.
Horizon Pharma said it offered to buy Depomed for about $3 billion, taking its bid hostile after the smaller drugmaker rejected the first proposal.
A record amount of money surged into digital health start-ups last year, and in 2015, the capital continues to rush into these private companies.
The Aetna and Humana tie-up promises to impact consumers as the insurers look for ways to cut costs.
An interim nuclear deal between Iran and six major powers will be extended through Friday to provide more time for talks on a final agreement.
The park will keep a special tax exemption in Anaheim, California, for 30 more years if the City Council approves Disney's expansion plan.
A court affirmed a lower court decision to strike down Puerto Rican legislation aimed at granting municipalities bankruptcy.
Latinos have a message for Donald Trump: He's messing with the wrong demographic, says Beatriz Acevedo.
If Congress won't get tough on "dark money" in elections, President Obama should, says Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
"I salute Donald Trump for focusing on the need to address illegal immigration," Cruz said, the Fiscal Times reports.