Some 800,000 federal workers across the country find themselves in financial uncertainty as the government shutdown crawls into its 12th day. "I wake up every day hoping this will get resolved," said Julie Burr, a single mother of three. » Read More
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In a rules package released late Tuesday, House Democrats included the authority to get involved in the case of Texas v. United States. A federal judge in the case ruled the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. » Read More
A federal judge in Texas who recently declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional has stayed his ruling to allow for appeals. » Read More
CNBC's John Harwood sat down with Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., who's leaving Congress to run for president. They talked about Medicare-for-all versus universal health care.
The shift to focus on core businesses will enable health care giants to excel in their respective fields with increased market share, more efficient use of assets and increased return to shareholders.
The companies said they will collaborate on a number of projects, which will also aim to reduce health-care costs. The partnership would increase access to Verily's technology by deploying them at Walgreens' physical pharmacies.
Open enrollment, which began Nov. 1, closed Saturday across most of the country. People who didn't sign up for an Obamacare plan by the end of open enrollment won't be able to obtain coverage until the fall of 2019 in most cases.
The American health-care system is in a sort of tug of war between physicians, hospitals, insurance companies, pharmaceuticals and shareholders. At the center of it all are the patients. So how did we get here, and how do we turn things around?
The ruling generated confusion about the near-term impact on the health-care law that affects millions of people and hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding.
Lower income tends to correlate with a shorter life expectancy.
The ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor of Texas doesn't block the ACA, for now, and will likely be appealed to a higher court. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said it will continue enforcing "all aspects of the ACA."
U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor of Texas argued that the Affordable Care Act cannot stand on its own since Congress last December repealed the individual mandate, which imposed a tax penalty on consumers who went uninsured.
While President Donald Trump didn't repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's signature health-care law, more commonly known as Obamacare, he was able to dismantle key parts of it that health policy researchers are blaming for a drop.
In a late night tweet, President Donald Trump urged Congress to pass a new "strong" health-care law that provides "great health-care and protects pre-existing conditions."
A federal judge in Texas ruled Friday that the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional, potentially threatening coverage for millions of Americans and setting up a new legal showdown over former President Barack Obama's signature policy initiative.
Jim Cramer sits down with Centene Chairman and CEO Michael Neidorff after the health giant's analyst day to hear more about its progress and the layout of U.S. health care.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Adobe and Costco are ripe for a rebound.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs evaluates the outlook for the health-care industry next year.
Most people who do not sign up for Obamacare insurance by Saturday's open enrollment deadline will not be able to obtain coverage until next fall, unless they have a qualifying life event such as getting married or having a child.