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Former Democratic Gov. Ed Rendell said if Obamacare fails, a single-payer system would emerge—something former GOP Sen. Judd Gregg claimed was the plan all along.
Amazon.com is clashing with Johnson & Johnson amid complaints the online retailer hasn't stopped sales of damaged or expired products.
The FDA proposed a new rule that would open up generic drugmakers to liability and apply some of the same regulations used for brand manufacturers.
The still "very slow" federal Obamacare website HealthCare.gov "remains a long way from where it needs to be," said the White House's man in charge of repairs, Jeff Zients.
A new survey shows that a majority of job seekers have set their priorities, and health insurance isn't what's most important to them.
The disastrous Obamacare rollout means more leverage for those looking to cut spending to balance the federal budget, says Michael Yoshikami.
Obama said he is "sorry" that some Americans are losing their current health insurance plans as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
The Obama White House came out of the technological gate running in 2008 but um, now they can't even update their webpage?
An actuary group warns delaying the requirement for people to buy insurance under the Affordable Care Act could have negative consequences.
Nick Athanassiadis's infuriating experience of attempting to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act website.
Nick Athanassiadis spent hours each day for more than a month trying to log on to glitchy HealthCare.gov, and didn't like what he saw at the end.
The battleground issue in the 2014 mid-term election won't be Benghazi or the NSA — it will be Obamacare, this former White House political director says.
Weeks after the botched launch of HealthCare.gov, the IT chief at the agency responsible for Obamacare is taking a job in the private sector.
The CEO of Mount Sinai Health System sees hospitals becoming a one-stop shop for getting care and the insurance to pay for it.
Healthcare.gov is not fatally flawed and shutting down the system to repair it will not help, said HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is returning to Capitol Hill for a fresh interrogation on the health care law.
The Kaiser Foundation reports the 2014 healthcare law could make up to 17 million American eligible for tax credits to buy private health insurance.
Just 17 percent of people potentially eligible for Obamacare insurance have visited new government-run health marketplaces to shop for coverage.
Obamacare first-person series: A registered nurse and cancer patients gets a cancellation notice and worries about what happens next.
This retiree is outraged that the White House says you can keep your plan if you like it — but then you get a cancellation notice anyway!
Drugmaker Shire said on Tuesday it was seeking to buy Baxalta for $30 billion to forge the leading global specialist in rare diseases.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the first 3-D printed prescription pill, a tablet that treats seizures.
Even with a $6,600 per-person, per-year cap on health costs, Obamacare might not be doing enough, reports USA Today.
The lineup for the first 2016 Republican presidential debate was unveiled Tuesday, with businessman Donald Trump leading the way.
The presidential race reached a tasty new level with Ted Cruz's video featuring him cooking bacon on the barrel of a gun.
The Fed's Dennis Lockhart says only a "significant deterioration" in momentum could persuade him to vote to wait longer for a rate hike.
Republican candidates found themselves Trump-less in a recent forum and this was the result, The New York Times reports.
Proportion of voters who say the nation is going in the wrong direction is up to 65 pct., NBC News-Wall Street Journal poll finds.
The CEO of one of the nation's largest electric utilities said on Monday that President Obama's clean-energy plan needs to be fully digested first.