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American International Group named Brian Duperreault as its new chief executive officer on Monday.
Twenty-three percent call the legislation a good idea, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Low-income Medicare enrollees and those with high health needs spend a larger share of their income on health costs.
Recent interviews with President Trump suggest he has a shallow understanding of health care costs and programs, Vox reports.
A top insurance executive signaled openness to government-financed health care, Vox reports.
A judge effectively killed off any practical chance of Anthem merging with Cigna on Thursday.
Manhattan Institute senior fellow Paul Howard addresses solutions to lowering costs of Obamacare insurance packages.
Most people who buy Obamacare plans on government exchanges get financial aid, but millions of other customers pay full price for coverage.
The rising price of medicine has led some patients to resort to Facebook for life-saving drugs, NBC News reports.
The American Health Care Act was approved by just 38 percent of American voters on the heels of the House passing that bill.
Republicans are passing off massive government interventions as "free market" reforms, Ben Shapiro writes in the National Review.
The arrest was blasted by the ACLU of West Virginia, which called it "horrifying."
An earlier Congressional Budget Office report estimated that 24 million more people would become uninsured under the Republican bill.
Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina discusses his organization's abandoned bid for Italian insurer Generali.
CNBC's Gemma Acton speaks about AXA's decision to float a minority stake in its life insurance and asset management business in the U.S.
Humana's decision to exit the Knoxville market next year left the region at risk of having no insurers selling individual plans in 2018.
Insurance companies have a slew of reasons why they're not interested in being the only health plan in some of the at-risk marketplaces, Vox reports.
West Virginia, which reportedly received a stunning 780 million painkiller pills in six years, led the nation in opioid overdoses in 2015.
Insurers know these Obamacare customers will always be able to pay, says consultant Robert Laszewski.
The tax cut in the GOP's health-care bill should not be viewed as a giveaway for the wealthy, Equity Group Investments Chairman Sam Zell told CNBC on Tuesday.
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