Affordable Care Act
"Special enrollment period" begins Sunday, ends April 30.
Party ponders how to avert chaos if subsidies are struck down.
President Obama will be using his veto pen a lot. Will voters side with him or the GOP?
Health insurance industry seeks to prevent cuts to Medicare Advantage.
The new year brings high stakes for President Obama's signature domestic law.
An inspector general cited 25 “critical and major failures and errors" in an IRS system.
The number of women having abortions dropped 13 percent between 2002 and 2011.
Pressure’s on as HHS begins second enrollment drive.
The exchanges open for sign-ups in less than three weeks.
About three-quarters of those savings will come from the 36 states that expanded Medicaid.
Anti-abortion activists plan to use evidence to boost GOP turnout.
Health execs are tilting their campaign giving toward GOP.
Non-partisan Congressional Budget Office gives welcome news to law's supporters.
HHS secretary expresses frustration with "back and forth" over Affordable Care Act.
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"We'll have a real chance to address nation's most pressing challenges," Rep. Davis said.
Mike Enzi's rise to lead panel could spell more trouble for Affordable Care Act.
Cassidy pressed Landrieu over whether she agreed with the controversial ObamaCare consultant.
About 76K people have enrolled in state-run exchanges, dismal for small-business targets.
Boehner highlighted the issue at his first post-election press conference Thursday.
Shorter enrollment period has put pressure on administration to increase efforts.
The law has lowered the number of uninsured adults by 25 percent, the HHS chief said.
Here are five vulnerable Dem incumbents to watch.
Is spending 25 to 30 percent of yearly income on medical care affordable?