Obamacare: Health care reform
The continuing battle over Barack Obama's health care reform law
Some Obamacare insurers want huge premium hikes
Several health insurance companies are proposing hikes as high as 51 percent, citing sicker patients and expensive medicine
Senator uses Internet symbol to criticize GOP on Obamacare
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy says Republicans offer only a shrug of their shoulders to people who could lose health care subsidies
What's fueling drug sales? Obamacare and expensive meds
Spending on pharmaceuticals may jump 41 percent by 2018, boosted by the ACA and new drugs
Nearly 9 in 10 U.S. adults now have health insurance
Gallup-Healthways survey finds more than 14 million have gained coverage since Obamacare went into effect
Clearest sign Obamacare is working?
Although the Affordable Care Act remains controversial, by one key measure the health law is doing its job
The shrinking cost of Obamacare
The hit to taxpayers is expected to be lower than previously forecast, thanks to a slowdown in premium hikes
Obamacare snafu causing complications with tax returns
World's largest tax services provider warns some taxpayers "could face an additional repayment obligation"
800,000 HealthCare.gov users given wrong tax info
Officials are asking those affected to delay filing their 2014 returns
Could uninsured Americans get a second chance to avoid a fine?
Obamacare requires adults to buy health insurance or pay a tax penalty, but the administration is mulling a reprieve
Last chance to enroll in Obamacare for 2015
What you need to know before the upcoming deadline to avoid getting hit with penalties
"America's Bitter Pill" author Steven Brill on Obamacare
"We're paying a lot more for everything because we have this naive assumption that healthcare can be a marketplace"
Patients outraged after losing doctors under Obamacare
Insurance companies are restricting the numbers of doctors patients can see by selling "narrow networks"
New video surfaces with controversial Obamacare consultant
In it, Jonathan Gruber says states rejecting Medicaid expansion are doing something "almost awesome in its evilness"
Obama: "Spread the word" on Obamacare enrollment
The health care law's three-month registration period begins, and the president says signing up for insurance will be faster and easier this year
GOP gets more fuel in fight against Obamacare
New recordings feature MIT economist Jonathan Gruber saying Affordable Care Act deceptively labeled tax penalties
Obamacare 2015: Higher costs, higher penalties
As the federal health care program enters its second year, some Americans may face higher costs and unwanted surprises
HealthCare.gov hit by minor glitch and functionality questions
Officials promise a smoother experience during second year of open enrollment, but a translation error and transparency concerns raise questions
Judge: No Obamacare subsidies through federal insurance marketplace
The federal court ruling increases the possibility the Supreme Court will eventually weigh in
One year in, Obamacare marketplace still subject to political spin
Politicians continue to cherry-pick information about Obamacare as they judge the new health care system's success so far
"Critical" flaw found in HealthCare.gov security
But federal hackers who spotted it also praise some Obamacare website security provisions
Administration adjusts Obamacare enrollment figures
Health official tells Congress how many people are enrolled in Obamacare and have actually paid premiums
Is Obamacare causing a surge in part-time work?
New federal data shed light on whether the health law is driving businesses to shun full-time workers
Number of uninsured fell by nearly 4 million in early 2014, report says
Official government figures show people are gaining coverage, but they may not give a complete picture of Obamacare's impact
How Obamacare subsidies could impact your tax refund
If your income has jumped since you applied for insurance under the health care law, you could be in for an unwelcome surprise on tax day next year
How Obamacare became a tale of two Americas
A new poll shows widely varying decreases in the number of uninsured residents across the country, depending on whether a state fully embraced the law
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