CNBC's David Faber reports the latest on the merger between Anthem and Cigna.
People in consumer-directed health plans tend to pay much more out of pocket for health care than others despite lower use.
The president dropped by a meeting with insurers Monday, and wrote all insurance companies selling Obamacare plans.
Michael Neidorff, Centene Chairman and CEO, shares his take on Obamacare and the state of health care ahead of the presidential election.
Aside from the financial crisis, health care hasn't lagged the broader market this badly since Bill Clinton was president.
Stocks that would do well in the event of a GOP presidential victory are no longer lagging the Clinton stocks as much as they had been.
Iowa insurance commissioner Nick Gerhart explains why his state approved price hikes for Obamacare and why changes are needed.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Officials have launched an investigation to see if providers may be steering patients into Obamacare plans.
As much as 55 percent of the country will have two or fewer Obamacare insurers to choose from.
CNBC's Susan Li looks back at the week's top business and financial stories.
The troubles plaguing Obamacare are comparable to what will happen with Fed stimulus, according to Schiff, who is predicting the downfall of both.
The inquiry relates to people who are eligible for Medicare and Medicaid.
The Affordable Care Act is getting more people insured. But private insurers seem unable to make money, Breakingviews reports.
One expert called for an overhaul of the Affordable Care Act, or many Americans could suffer.
Robert Laszewski, Health Policy and Strategy Associates president, discusses his concerns and the impact of major health insurance companies downsizing the number of Obamacare states.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports the latest on Aetna and its reasons for retreating from Obamacare.
The insurer had been asking for average rate hikes of more than 17% before its decision to exit.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on insurer Aetna's withdrawl from Obamacare.
Companies are also paying higher premiums, and having workers pay more in premiums, executives said.