Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
The IT costs of HealthCare.gov are estimated to top $650 million.
People making 400 percent of the poverty limit are ineligible for subsidies.
The administration said it was "responding with solutions" to public concerns.
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.) said Monday that he and his family tried to enroll in the D.C....
At least 188,546 people have enrolled in the New York marketplace overall.
The White House said Obama chose the "bronze" plan, a lower-cost option.
A group of Republican senators introduced a bill to repeal ObamaCare if the law results in an...
Rep. Aaron Schock contended Obama stifled chances for young people to thrive economically.
President Obama expressed regrets about ObamaCare's troubled rollout on Friday, saying it was...
The total number of ObamaCare sign-ups now tops 1 million.
Democratic support for the Affordable Care Act rebounded in December, but support for the law...
Consumers who select health plans by Dec. 23 now have until Jan. 10 to pay their premiums.
Americans for Prosperity is going up with ads against Reps. Rick Nolan and Ann McLane Kuster.
Between missed deadlines and massive PR stumbles, it was a tough year for Obamacare.
The administration pledged to accommodate applicants who missed the Christmas Eve deadline.
The legislation has attracted support from more than 100 members of the House and Senate
The administration reported a “record day” for visits to HealthCare.gov.
Monday was supposed to be the last day to enroll in coverage that starts on Jan. 1.
ObamaCare beats out the killing of bin Laden and bringing troops home, according to Gallup.
A federal court on Friday granted evangelical ministries relief from the ObamaCare rule.
Obama expressed regrets about the rollout when asked about his biggest mistake this year.
The law should not be subject to Obama's "random impulses."
The White House will conclude its 16-day media blitz to promote ObamaCare.
Uninsured Americans are wary of the healthcare law as enrollment continues.