The massive retailer will no longer provide health benefits to employees who work fewer than 30 hours a week
The four people in the apartment with an Ebola patient before he became ill have been moved to a secure location, Dallas health officials say.
Federal survey found an 8% decline in uninsured Americans over the year to April 2014
Latest data from an enrollment period that exceeded expectations despite a hobbled start
2,400 have died in the latest outbreak of the disease
The horrifying case of Zheng Yanliang epitomizes the health care crisis in the world's most populous nation
Changes corporate name from CVS Caremark to CVS Health
Dr. Robert Petzel has stepped down a day after being grilled in Congress amid uproar over alleged malfeasance and cover-ups at the Department of Veterans Affairs...
TIME talks with Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.), the chairman of the influential conservative Republican Study Committee
Newly released documents reveal comments from 1993 that eerily parallel the debate over Obamacare more than a decade later
But still a far cry from the 7 million enrollees the White House had originally hoped for
Customers paying a one-percent surcharge
Consumers can keep substandard health insurance plans for an extra two years
National Association of Manufacturers says the law will have the opposite effect than intended
State law would allow immigrants here illegally to get Medicare payments or buy subsidized insurance
In the news: Obama administration beats monthly health insurance enrollment target for the first time; GOP Senate leaders avert debt limit crisis; Comcast to buy...
In just four months, Republicans have shifted their Obamacare strategy from "repeal" to "repeal and replace." That's a twist in tone and policy ahead of the...
Laboring for weeks over a temporary Obamacare injunction, the Supreme Court delivers a victory for the Little Sisters.
Ads by a Democratic super PAC defend incumbents for blasting Obama's health care reform law