President Trump will order the government to buy certain drugs solely from U.S. factories. The executive order does not specify what drugs it covers. It directs the Food and Drug Administration to decide which medicines will be subject to the new requirements. (STAT)

Health insurers are reporting high earnings during the pandemic. Companies like Anthem, Humana and UnitedHealth Group have reported earnings that are double what they were a year ago. (The New York Times)

AbbVie will pay $24 million to resolve a Humira lawsuit. The company is settling a California lawsuit that claimed AbbVie committed insurance fraud in its promotion of Humira. AbbVie denied the allegations, but said it would look into how Humira is marketed to doctors in California. (Reuters)

Biogen to pay more than $1 billion for Parkinson’s drug. The company is buying the rights to a Parkinson’s drug and a technology for delivering medicines to the brain developed by biotech firm Denali. (STAT)

Public health experts asked the Food and Drug Administration to make COVID-19 vaccine deliberations public. More than 400 experts in infectious diseases, vaccines and other medical specialties said the FDA needs to be forthcoming about the vaccines to gain the public’s trust. (The New York Times)