Newly released documents reveal comments from 1993 that eerily parallel the debate over Obamacare more than a decade later
National Association of Manufacturers says the law will have the opposite effect than intended
But still a far cry from the 7 million enrollees the White House had originally hoped for
Customers paying a one-percent surcharge
State law would allow immigrants here illegally to get Medicare payments or buy subsidized insurance
Minneapolis-St. Paul area wins because of Minnesota's intense competition between hospitals and doctors
In the news: Obama administration beats monthly health insurance enrollment target for the first time; GOP Senate leaders avert debt limit crisis; Comcast to buy...
Ads by a Democratic super PAC defend incumbents for blasting Obama's health care reform law
The Congressional Budget Office sees deficits falling in the short term but climbing over the next decade
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...
Laboring for weeks over a temporary Obamacare injunction, the Supreme Court delivers a victory for the Little Sisters.
TIME columnist talks about his latest piece with Jon Stewart
Administration shakeup yields dividends on Capitol Hill
The reform law is narrowing care networks
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...
But the Affordable Care Act was a non-factor on 2012 rate of growth, finds new study
December saw surge in enrollment for health insurance through the federal exchange
Justice Sotomayor issued an emergency stay to delay the requirement that religious groups pay for birth control in employee health coverage
Monday's enrollment is key hurdle, as political figures in both parties continue to hammer the hobbled rollout of the law