Consumers can keep substandard health insurance plans for an extra two years
The National Association of Manufacturers is forced to correct its CEO’s annual address
National Association of Manufacturers says the law will have the opposite effect than intended
Also, watch her hang with Fallon and Will Ferrell playing teen girls
Duncan Black makes an argument that liberals haven't emphasized nearly enough about the Affordable Care Act: that it could well be a shot in the arm for the...
Providers take advantage of a guideline loophole to discriminate
Fear immigration of officials and poor marketing blamed for low enrollment
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...
Two-thirds of Americans say the rollout still isn't going well, but that's down from last month
The hearing will be a crucial test for Obamacare
TIME columnist talks about his latest piece with Jon Stewart
Costs of breast cancer drugs such as tamoxifen and raloxifene will soon by covered by insurance thanks to the Affordable Care Act, the administration announced...
About 1.8 million people enrolled in new individual health plans in December
Justice Sotomayor issued an emergency stay to delay the requirement that religious groups pay for birth control in employee health coverage
Even after House Republicans led the government to a shutdown in October, Democrats have little to no chance of retaking the lower chamber. Among other factors,...
In a largely symbolic battle over contraceptive coverage at the Supreme Court, the administration argues the nuns have no basis to claim their religious liberty...
Following problem-plagued rollout
Proponents are still optimistic, but it's a far cry from the joy that accompanied its passing.
Fulfilling a pledge on last day of sign-up
Organizing for Action is spending more than a million on this new ad highlighting the ways the Affordable Care Act already helps Americans