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Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders wants to create a government-run system to provide health insurance for all Americans.
In front of a Pennsylvania crowd, Sanders made his case for a government-run health-care plan and responded to criticism that it would end private insurance.
UnitedHealth reported a 22.2% rise in first-quarter profit, driven by strength in its main insurance business and Optum unit.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said socialism is "not the view" of the Democratic Party. In an interview with the CBS program "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday, she said that lawmakers on her side of the aisle "know that we have to hold the center."
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday released a wildfire report that slams PG&E for its role in major blazes and suggests the state could push to break up the utility.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley doesn't believe a lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act's constitutionality will succeed, the Iowa Republican told the Des Moines Register on Thursday.
Planning on passing a big IRA to your kids and grandkids? You might be familiar then with the "stretch IRA," but that tactic might be on its way out.
As young adults save for the future, the ever-growing price tag of health care can throw a wrench into their plans. Consider using a Health Savings Account.
Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced a new "Medicare for All" bill that would create a government-run system to cover all Americans.
Amazon isn't the everything store -- yet.
The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday grilled executives of five of the health care industry's top pharmacy benefit management companies over skyrocketing drug costs in the U.S.
The Justice Department announced charges against 24 people across the U.S., including doctors accused of writing bogus prescriptions.
Student loan borrowers with cancer can apply to put their bills on hold. The problem? Six months after the law went into effect, the application isn't out yet.
The letters come as Democrats hammer Trump and Republicans over attempts to scrap Obamacare in the early days of the 2020 election.
Executives from the nation's largest pharmacy benefit managers deny that "backdoor deals" with drugmakers are responsible for high drug prices.