In addition to the pickup in outlays for health care, Americans spent more on recreational services. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The government's move to delay for some people a requirement to buy medical insurance raised new doubts about the already chaotic rollout of President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law, just days before an enrollment ...
NEW YORK - Stocks are rising on Wall Street, pushing the market further into record territory, after the U.S. raised its estimate for third-quarter economic growth.
Following a clamor from some patients and doctors, the Food and Drug Administration announced Friday it would allow sales to resume of a leukemia drug that was essentially withdrawn from the market for causing potentially deadly side effects.
By Jonathan Stempel. Dec 20 (Reuters) - Ally Financial Inc agreed to pay $98 million to settle claims by U.S. regulators that it discriminated in auto lending by charging minority borrowers higher interest rates than white borrowers.