Health reform implementation
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) said Thursday that the House would vote next week on...
The health insurance industry can't wait for ObamaCare's first enrollment season to be over so that...
The Speaker blasts decision to extend ObamaCare enrollment deadline.
Those that can't sign up by March 31 can appeal for an extension to enroll into mid-April.
House panel chairman said Sebelius had been “evasive” in testimony on O-Care enrollees.
While the Supreme Court seemed divided, some members call the rule unfair.
Poll also finds opposition to repealing the law, support for improving it.
President Obama’s signature healthcare law is headed back to the Supreme Court in a high-stakes...
A survey conducted last fall and released Monday also found poor understanding of health insurance...
A new analysis finds ObamaCare participants are likely to face hurdles when seeking drugs.
ObamaCare is even more unpopular than 2010, when Dems suffered a heavy defeat.
The high court on Tuesday will hear challenges to the contentious “birth control mandate.”
Insurers feel the administration has taken advantage of them by making repeated changes.
Democrats are pushing back at Republican outrage over the latest ObamaCare delay.
Most voters still view ObamaCare negatively, but the margin has narrowed considerably.
The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee sent a letter to Health and Human Services...
The author of a bill to weaken O-Care's birth-control mandate suggests support for a vote.
The state's Covered California exchange has agreed to a settlement with liberal groups.
More than 15 million uninsured, underinsured people live in poverty line in those states.
The Speaker called the policy a "terrible burden" on religious Americans.
The conservative American Action Forum said regulatory costs add up to $6.8B each year.
The administration is pulling out all the stops to encourage sign-ups before March 31.
Officials will focus on direct ObamaCare enrollment appeals to young people, mothers.
"This is scary territory," Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) said.