CDC director tackles America’s excessive alcohol consumption
Back in the capital, the President faces major battles in January, and beyond
Administration shake-up yields dividends on Capitol Hill
In a largely symbolic battle over contraceptive coverage at the Supreme Court, the administration argues the nuns have no basis to claim their religious liberty is being infringed by Obamacare
If the finding holds true, it could undercut an argument for the new health care reform law
The reform law is narrowing care networks
December saw a surge in enrollment for health insurance through the federal exchange
As a Dec. 24 midnight enrollment deadline approached, the federal government announced Tuesday that HealthCare.gov logged some 2 million visits on Dec. 23. Consumers were scrambling to select plans before Christmas in order to get coverage that begins Jan. 1.
The high traffic volume caused HealthCare.gov’s queuing system to kick in …
Anticipating a crush of Americans trying to sign up for health insurance by a midnight deadline on Monday, the Obama administration is giving consumers an extra 24 hours to select coverage.
On the last day to buy coverage to beginning Jan. 1
Following problem-plagued rollout
This time it’s about fairness
Move is the latest by Obama to soften some immediate effects of the Affordable Care Act