Sylvia Mathews Burwell
The money "will make a difference in your states,” Sylvia Burwell told a gathering of governors.
“It was very emotional,” HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell said.
HHS said it does not have the "legal authority."
"No credible person would believe that," Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) told The Hill.
ObamaCare’s enrollment in its second year is at 11.4 million people.
Health secretary won't say whether administration has backup plan on Supreme Court case.
“We believe we are in a place where our argument ... will prevail,” Burwell said.
O-Care ads will now appear on 7-Eleven receipts at more than 7,000 store.
"It's going to be a lot of fun," said a Republican aide.
Experts say designating certain medical sites Ebola-ready was long overdue.
The administration did not meet its target of 7 million sign-ups in the first year.
Pressure’s on as HHS begins second enrollment drive.
New rules will allow women to keep birth control coverage despite employer objections.
The effort is aimed at boosting public awareness of preventive health services under ObamaCare.
The administration received good news about the health law Monday.
The administration has no contingency plan if the Supreme Court guts the healthcare law.
Burwell declined to offer the administration's backup plan ahead of a high court ruling.
Republicans want the White House to show its hand ahead of a key court challenge.
It's a last-minute push to boost enrollment ahead of a Monday deadline.
The "stupidity" consultant gave new fuel to attacks on O-Care's transparency.
"It's a good Christmas present to the American people and to the world,” he said.
Roughly 220,000 plans were selected by new customers, according to HHS.
The HHS secretary said she was "extremely offended" by the comments from Jonathan Gruber.
Despite an abbreviated workweek, senators on the Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing...