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A powerful U.S. Senate committee will hold a hearing on the latest proposed healthcare bill to overhaul Obamacare next week.
Republicans have until Sept. 30 to pass the last-ditch effort to repeal and replace key parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Voice is poised to be big business in health care.
If McCain does back the bill, GOP leaders may need to swing just two other Republican senators to pass the legislation.
Nearly eight in 10 employees saw health care costs go up last year — and that affects other areas of their finances.
Democrats are worried that the Congressional Budget Office will provide just a partial analysis of the bill.
Tobacco companies have already started posturing themselves for a future beyond cigarettes.
Multinational food companies like Nestlé, PepsiCo and General Mills are expanding their presence in developing nations, N.Y. Times reports.
Opioid drugs are generally cheap while safer alternatives are often more expensive, ProPublica reports.
Many of Twitter's high-profile former execs are now in health care.
The Graham-Cassidy bill needs to be passed by Sept. 30 if it is to become law.
There had been 48 counties and 15 cities in Virginia on track to have no insurer selling Obamacare plans in 2018.
New research shows that sitting for too long can play a direct role in an early death, Newsweek reports.
The Graham-Cassidy bill represents perhaps the last shot GOP leaders in Congress have to replace Obamacare before 2018 midterm elections.
Democrats' child care proposal would require federal government to guarantee it like Social Security or Medicare, Vox reports.
President Trump is on course to ring in the new year without having passed almost any of his campaign promises into law, according to a new survey conducted by CNBC.
Jim Cramer uses the action in health care stocks like Johnson & Johnson to explain how to spot rotations.
Bernie Sanders' plan has little chance of passing Congress, but comes amid growing public support for government-sponsored health care.
Shkreli, 34, will stay in the Metropolitan Detention Center until he is sentenced Jan. 16 for several securities fraud convictions.
Martin Shkreli was jailed by a judge angry about his offer of $5,000 to Facebook followers to collect samples of Hillary Clinton's hair.
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