About 800,000 taxpayers who enrolled in insurance policies through HealthCare.gov received erroneous tax information from the government, according to The New York Times.
New Government Accountability Office report details failures that led to botched roll-out of Healthcare.gov. Brian Mooar reports.
President Obama and HealthCare.gov are in the running for an Emmy this awards season.
As the not-so-hard deadline to sign up for Obama care arrived today, what was supposed to be the last day to register went much like the first day.
The enrollment deadline for people who start the process of applying for health care insurance at Healthcare.gov before March 31st will be extended.
Security experts warn Congress of problems with HealthCare.gov website.
We are two weeks away from the next Obamacare enrollment deadline and one local insurance agent is concerned his clients won't have insurance by the new year..
The White House says the much maligned HealthCare.gov website is now operating smoothly.
More groups are coming out against the Affordable Care Act.
Healthcare.gov is working more smoothly today and it had better.
The Obama Administration works to revive the ailing website, as the political cost of the Affordable Care Act mounts.
Wichita Falls insurance agent says signup for coverage on Healthcare.gov a little better.
Fewer than 3,000 Texans managed to enroll for health insurance last month on the problem-plagued federal online exchange, a small fraction of those seeking to apply amid the rocky rollout of the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's health care law.
Only 26,000 people managed to buy health insurance on Healthcare.gov in October, the first month the website was open, the Health and Human Services Department said Wednesday.
President Obama fires back at criticism of the new health care law, but remains frustrated about the troubled healthcare.gov website.
Many experts feel that the Healthcare.gov website has become a big political problem for the President and Democrats - one the Republicans hope to capitalize on.
The government's Healthcare.gov website continues to take jabs from frustrated Americans, including Wichita Falls area insurance experts.
Senior Medicare official apologizes to Congress for failure of Healthcare.gov website.
Secretary of Health & Human Services addresses problems with HealthCare.gov website during Congressional testimony.
Some lawmakers want to extend healthcare deadlines as the Healthcare.gov website continues to have problems.