health insurance reform
Some consumers who paid their premiums are still waiting to be covered.
The press secretary was passed a note saying HealthCare.gov was back in operation.
The vice president encouraged navigators to stay patient and reassuring.
The president's interview will air on the website next week.
HHS said it is starting an "aggressive campaign" to boost enrollment in the program.
Obama said “my intentions have been clear throughout” the healthcare reform process.
She said, "You need to go to the website and find out how to get yourself covered."
Gov. Steve Beshear said the law is helping Kentucky despite the GOP leader's opposition.
The 29,000 sign-ups on Dec. 1-2 are more than the total who enrolled in October.
Ten GOP senators sent a letter to President Obama urging him to fire the HHS secretary.
Officials are poised to drop their enrollment portal and join the federal government's.
“I don’t think it means anything,” he said.
“Republicans continue to turn bipartisan agreement into partisan confrontation,” Hoyer said.
The president hinted enrollments may be accelerating as the deadline approaches.
The poll finds that just 35 percent of the public supports the law.
The White House will conclude its 16-day media blitz to promote ObamaCare.
Michael Robertson said healthcare reform was one of the reasons he went to work for Obama.
The administration failed to disclose the error rate for data sent to insurance companies.
The president apologized to Americans who are losing their healthcare coverage.