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Republicans want to repeal Obamacare, but millions of people could lose coverage if that happens.
The president dropped by a meeting with insurers Monday, and wrote all insurance companies selling Obamacare plans.
GAO investigators repeatedly managed to enroll fictitious applications in health coverage.
AIA CEO Mark Tucker says the Chinese government wants foreign insurance products to be sold in a more regulated manner.
Mylan expects the generic version of EpiPens, to eventually account for 85% of sales of its auto-injection, anti-allergy devices.
Blue Cross Arizona resumes coverage in Pinal County, CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports.
Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher weighs in on the impact of the Fed's wealth effect policy.
Arizona's Pinal county will not go down as the nation's first region to have zero Obamacare plans next year.
Year-to-date EpiPen prescriptions increased over last year even as prices rose.
Employers are saving on health-care costs by adding high-deductible plans. This may deter some employees from going to the doctor.
Just 8.6 percent of people lack health insurance now, according to a survey.
New crackdowns on special enrollments have already led to a drop in such Obamacare sign-ups.
Two industry insiders say Mylan pays no more than $30 per device, NBC News reports.
Two U.S. senators have also asked the Federal Trade Commission to look into Mylan's EpiPen sales to schools.
While no one likes to talk about death, creating a financial plan can avoid years of financial distress for the loved ones left behind.
CNBC's Aditi Roy takes a look at Aerojet Rocketdyne, a company developing "engines of the future."
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