Consumers can keep substandard health insurance plans for an extra two years
But still a far cry from the 7 million enrollees the White House had originally hoped for
The National Association of Manufacturers is forced to correct its CEO’s annual address
National Association of Manufacturers says the law will have the opposite effect than intended
Duncan Black makes an argument that liberals haven’t emphasized nearly enough about the Affordable Care Act: that it could well be a shot in the arm for the economy.
Employers given more time to provide workers with health insurance
The Congressional Budget Office sees deficits falling in the short term but climbing over the next decade
In just four months, Republicans have shifted their Obamacare strategy from “repeal” to “repeal and replace.” That’s a twist in tone and policy ahead of the 2014-midterm elections that recognizes the public’s weariness of
Laboring for weeks over a temporary Obamacare injunction, the Supreme Court delivers a victory for the Little Sisters.
TIME columnist talks about his latest piece with Jon Stewart
Security consultants will discuss their findings before a House committee Thursday.
About 1.8 million people enrolled in new individual health plans in December
CDC director tackles America’s excessive alcohol consumption