Latest data from an enrollment period that exceeded expectations despite a hobbled start
Federal survey found an 8% decline in uninsured Americans over the year to April 2014
National Association of Manufacturers says the law will have the opposite effect than intended
Minneapolis-St. Paul area wins because of Minnesota's intense competition between hospitals and doctors
State law would allow immigrants here illegally to get Medicare payments or buy subsidized insurance
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...
Employers given more time to provide workers with health insurance
Latest company to cite new health care law in doing so
About 1.8 million people enrolled in new individual health plans in December
On the last day to buy coverage to beginning Jan. 1
If the finding holds true, it could undercut an argument for the new health care reform law
Millions more insured through Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program
Fulfilling a pledge on last day of sign-up
'The basic structure of the law is working, despite all the problems," president says of health care law
Enrollment counselors on the front lines praise fixes to the federal health website, but that doesn't mean more people are signing up
Initial enrollment numbers aren't promising
California shuts down sites that tried to capitalize on confusion over the healthcare law
Part of 'tech surge'
Planned outages for fixes to Healthcare.gov
Despite what President Obama said, thousands of people are being forced to change plans. But their new ones may offer better coverage.