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The 40 percent tax on high-cost health plans is expected to hit 26 percent of employers in 2018
President Barack Obama is putting people on notice.
President Barack Obama has been briefed on choppy market movement, and the Treasury Department continues to monitor developments.
Donald Trump's raucous presidential campaign won't be the only thing lighting the political fires this fall.
The proposal would cut methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 40 to 45 percent over the next decade.
The U.S. officially opened its embassy in Havana, Cuba, on Friday.
The rumor mill on Thursday reached such a critical mass that "Al Gore" became a trending topic on Twitter, USA Today reports.
The Social Security claiming strategy known as "file and suspend" can generate additional retirement benefits for married couples.
The 90-year-old Carter's recent liver surgery revealed cancer had spread to other parts of his body.
Want a really clean power grid? Look to Norway.
By a variety of indicators, optimism is holding fairly steady on Main Street.
The senior official says the private emails of "all top national security and trade officials" were targeted, NBC News reports.
Hillary Clinton on Monday will unveil a $350 billion plan aimed at making college more affordable and reducing the crushing burden of student debt.
Ahead of the first GOP presidential debates, Donald Trump has ridden an unprecedented social media wave, says the former Mitt Romney digital director.
Donald Trump may be leading in the polls, but if history is any lesson his performance in Thursday night's first GOP debate could break Trump fever.
Republican candidates found themselves Trump-less in a recent forum, delivering uneven performances, The New York Times reports.
The proportion of voters who think the country is headed in the wrong direction has risen to 65 percent, a 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.
The rules would significantly cut climate-changing emissions from U.S. power plants and make the nation's utilities more environmentally friendly.
For health insurers, government health programs have become an increasingly important part of their business.