Democrats, since Amy Coney Barrett was announced as the Supreme Court nominee, have hammered the message that if she is confirmed Barrett could be the deciding vote in California v. Texas, a constitutional challenge to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) being pushed by red states who say the individual mandate in the law is unconstitutional.
Walmart is entering the health insurance business, just in time for those signing up for Medicare open enrollment this fall.
Anthem, the health insurance company behind Blue Cross-Blue Shield, has agreed to pay nearly $40 million in another settlement over a 2015 cyberattack that compromised the personal information belonging to nearly 79 million people.
U.S. life insurers are paying out far fewer COVID-19 death claims than initially expected, largely because the virus is disproportionately killing people with little to no insurance.
HealthInsurance.com Vice President Jan Dubauskas on the Trump administration’s newly unveiled heath care ‘vision’ and how the Supreme Court vacancy could impact the future of heath care.
The insurance giant is accused of practices that allegedly limited competition.
GoodRx co-CEO Doug Hirsch discusses his company’s IPO, health care and drug pricing and what’s next for GoodRx.
A total of four billion-dollar weather disasters occurred last month in the United States, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Thursday, adding to a costly total that's adding up in 2020.
New York State has filed civil charges against Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceuticals subsidiaries on insurance fraud for minimizing the risks of opioid treatment and targeting the most vulnerable population.
Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., discusses federal funding for coronavirus relief and financial support to fight wildfires.
The producers on Ben Affleck’s upcoming action film “Hypnotic” are locked in a legal battle that could determine whether entertainment productions will remain on hold indefinitely if film insurers are unwilling to cover pandemic-related delays.
Safety features such as automatic emergency braking and forward collision warnings could prevent more than 40% of crashes in which semis rear-end other vehicles, a new study has found.
The lawsuit, filed with the Southern District of New York, alleges that Federal Insurance Company "flatly denied coverage, refusing to pay even a penny to help Jujamcyn" while Pacific Indemnity paid the company $250,000, a fraction of what it claims it should've been paid under its insurance policy.
The lack of essential resources was grim for the many evacuated residents eager to return
FOX Business’ Gerri Willis breaks down common home insurance plans in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura.
A Trump administration rule to require additional price transparency from hospitals, which is set to take effect on Jan. 1 of next year, is still up in the air as the American Hospital Association (AHA) pursues an appeal of a lower-court decision from June that upheld the rule.
The president recently took action to lower the cost of prescription drugs.
A trucking company owner told Fox News on Wednesday that services will not be directed to cities that are pushing to defund the police in order to keep drivers safe.
Insurer American International Group Inc on Monday posted a 56 percent fall in quarterly adjusted earnings, spurred partly by higher catastrophe losses and lower private-equity returns.
With a record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season about to enter it's most active stretch, a survey released last week shows many business owners in Florida are unprepared as the coronavirus pandemic rages.