President Obama signaled Tuesday he'd be open to more changes in the implementation of his signature health care law, as he defended a newly announced delay in the requirement on companies to provide insurance.
The Obama administration announced another delay Monday in the requirement on businesses to provide health coverage.
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You've heard about the Affordable Care Act website controversy. We all know about the sign up problems and even the deadlines involved and the tax repercussions of not having health coverage, but did you know another aspect of the new healthcare law will impact you when you head to the office vending machine for that little afternoon snack?
Supreme Court hears arguments on Affordable Care Act requirements forcing religious-affiliated organizations to provide their employees with insurance that includes birth control.
The Christmas holiday delivers a new problem for Americans trying to sign up for Obamacare.
Millions of Americans are waking up this morning with new health insurance. That means they can go to the doctor or pick up prescriptions without breaking the bank.
More than one million people have signed up for health care through the government's health care site, but some people are still unhappy with the law.
Now that the January 1st registration deadline is passed, the focus is now on getting younger people signed-up.
The administration has sneaked in an extra 24-hour buffer, giving people until midnight Tuesday night to get enrolled if they start the process by midnight Monday.
Monday is your last day to sign up for healthcare with the Affordable Care Act, if you want to be covered by January 1st.
With only three days left before the Obamacare sign up deadline to get coverage by January 1st, the adminstration has announced more changes.
President Obama discusses more changes to the Affordable Care Act.
Nearly two dozen people are without a job, just days before Christmas after a Texoma hospital lays them off. Officials there say, it's partly because of the Affordable Care Act.
Leeann Andrews says she was surprised with how easy it was to sign up for coverage and even more surprised to find out she would be paying less than a quarter for healthcare, especially because she suffers from an autoimmune disease.
Spike in enrollment after website fix; Secretary Sebelius orders investigation into botched roll-out.
President Obama defends the Affordable Care Act by promoting benefits already being seen.
The White House says the much maligned HealthCare.gov website is now operating smoothly.
The Supreme Court is decided to take on cases that challenge the aspects of the Affordable Care Act.