Enrollment counselors on the front lines praise fixes to the federal health website, but that doesn't mean more people are signing up
A petition to require women to buy additional insurance for abortion was certified Monday
(CHICAGO) — President Barack Obama's administration is delaying yet another aspect of the health care law. An online health insurance marketplace for small...
First enforcement of controversial law banning unauthorized demonstrations
It wasn't easy, either
The health insurance marketplace's chief digital architect says the project still has a long way to go
A report warned in March that Healthcare.gov was heading for trouble
Gov. Andrew Cuomo told reporters today that New York won't change its state health insurance exchange rules to let people keep insurance plans canceled as a...
Initial enrollment numbers aren't promising
California shuts down sites that tried to capitalize on confusion over the healthcare law
Less than two percent of the 7 million officials expect to do so
(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama is expected to announce a fix Thursday for people losing their health insurance under his signature law. The White House...
The potential presidential candidate is parting ways with fellow Republican leaders to provide health coverage for low-income residents, a move that could point...
Planned outages for fixes to Healthcare.gov
Part of 'tech surge'
For "extended maintenance"
Despite what President Obama said, thousands of people are being forced to change plans. But their new ones may offer better coverage.
'You deserve better. I apologize'
The Obama administration says the problem-plagued healthcare.gov website will be working properly by the end of November and that the government has appointed a...
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