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Companies employing 50-100 full-time workers will be exempt from Obamacare's mandate to offer employees affordable health insurance until 2016.
The AOL CEO’s comments about two “distressed babies” and how it impacted the company’s 401(k) decisions is only part of the story.
The CBO talked about 2.5 million jobs lost from the Affordable Care Act. That's not quite right and misses the real silver lining, says Jack Ablin.
Premiums for health plans sold on Obamacare exchanges are about the same or cheaper than premiums for employer-offered plans, a study finds.
A new measure of Obamacare enrollment shows the federal government is far behind the state-run exchanges in getting people signed up.
The U.S.'s entire healthcare system needs to change, said Stefano Pessina, the non-executive director of Walgreens.
Enrollment in Medicaid spiked in December, aided by Obamacare exchanges and an expansion of the government-run health coverage program.
Some employers in 25 states not expanding Medicaid could owe more than $1.5 billion in new taxes starting next year because of Obamacare penalties.
Aetna's CEO says Obamacare has failed to attract the uninsured, and he offered a scenario in which the company could be forced to pull out of program.
Target said it will stop offering health coverage to part-time workers, citing new public insurance exchanges floated by the U.S. government.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry takes a break from his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to speak with CNBC about Obamacare, energy and jobs.
Obamacare could be too expensive and offer too few benefits for many more healthy young adults to enroll, according to a new analysis.
Young adults make up less than 25 percent of the enrollees in Obamacare, well short of the original 40 percent target by federal officials.
Support for Obamacare has plummeted and out-of-pocket health insurance costs are increasing for many people, a new survey says.
Martin Gewirtz says President Obama is getting a bad rap over the botched health-care reform rollout and that the success stories in signing up, like his own, are growing.
In CNBC.com's first-person series on Obamacare, patients tell their stories, in their own words, about what it was like signing up for a new health-care plan.
What's the demographic breakdown of Obamacare enrollments nationally? Officials aren't saying, yet, raising concerns about insurance prices next year.
Hospitals and medical practices are preparing for confusion and hassles as new insurance plans under President Obama's healthcare law take effect.
At least 2.1 million people are estimated to have enrolled in private insurance plans sold through federal and state-run Obamacare exchanges as of Monday.
The unpopular individual mandate of Obamacare was unnecessary to the program's success, and it's going to hurt Democrats, said former DNC Chairman Howard Dean.
Special-enrollment tallies for HealthCare.gov were released Wednesday.
A BMW ad featuring a "crazy" lady" is drawing heat from a mental health advocacy group that wants it yanked.
E-cigarettes may have been marketed as a healthier option to cigarettes, yet, a new report shows UK teenagers are using them too.
Sen. Bob Menendez has been charged with using his office to improperly benefit a Florida eye doctor and political donor.
Harry Reid wants his deputies to "just relax" in their dispute over leadership posts after his retirement, reports John Harwood.
Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson is sending Arkansas' "religious freedom" law back to the legislature for a rewrite.
The Obama administration launched the first-ever sanctions program to punish those outside the U.S. that are engaged in malicious cyberattacks.
The White House and the Defense Department are proposing changes to military retirement benefits.
Indiana’s "religious freedom" law has been misunderstood, says Carly Fiorina, who is mulling a bid for the GOP presidential nomination.