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Maine, Alaska and even Kentucky have one thing in common that helped doom the GOP's repeal and replace efforts, says Jake Novak.
Trump appears to be forgoing a closing argument on his policy proposals and escalating NFL feud, USA Today reports.
Axovant Sciences says its experimental Alzheimer's drug failed to improve cognitive abilities and daily activities in a late-stage trial.
Corporate America is willing to invest money on a longer-term basis under President Trump, the real estate mogul says.
The top 10 percent of health-care spenders contributed 49 percent of total out-of-pocket spending in 2016, according to a new analysis.
The projections come as Republican leaders struggle to get 50 senators to back the Graham-Cassidy repeal bill.
Republican leaders have been unable for months to get 50 GOP senators to support a bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare.
Alexa is not yet HIPAA-compliant, which is a problem for some health developers.
Like every recent health-care overhaul attempt, including Obamacare, the latest GOP effort fails to address one major systemic problem.
The hearing comes five days before the deadline for passing an Obamacare replacement bill under special rules the GOP is using.
President Donald Trump reiterated comments he made on Twitter, blaming Senator John McCain for the failure to pass Obamacare repeal.
Republican Sen. John McCain says doctors have given him a "very poor prognosis" as he battles brain cancer.
Hopes to repeal Obamacare this year rest on a simple Republican argument: States will do it better than Washington.
A report from Standard & Poor's Global Ratings suggested that the latest proposed health-care bill could hurt the U.S. economy, states, and health insurers.
President Trump tweets that four states whose senators said they are likely to reject the new health-care plan would be big winners.
Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine is strongly leaning against voting for the latest draft of her party's healthcare bill.
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