The Obama Administration works to revive the ailing website, as the political cost of the Affordable Care Act mounts.
The House on Friday approved a bill to let insurance companies sell health plans that had previously been cancelled due to ObamaCare regulations, a day after President Obama moved unilaterally to fix the problem.
President Barack Obama announced a fix to the vexing problem of cancelled health insurance policies Thursday, saying insurers don’t have to cancel plans next year just because of the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama to make a statement on the Affordable Health Care Act. 11:35 EST.
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.
House Democrats delivered a fix-it-or-else ultimatum Wednesday to President Obama, giving his administration until Friday to find an affordable solution for the millions of Americans losing their health plans under ObamaCare -- or risk some Democrats backing a Republican solution.
Early health exchange enrollment numbers disappoint.
President Obama speaks exclusively to NBC about the Health Care roll out.
The Obama administration will require insurers to cover mental health and addiction just as they cover physical illnesses.
President Obama fires back at criticism of the new health care law, but remains frustrated about the troubled healthcare.gov website.
Texoma small business owners are still trying to put pieces of the Affordable Care Act puzzle together. Today they got some of those questions answered by 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry at a breakfast sponsored by the Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce and the Sheppard Military Affairs Committee.
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.
Congress is demanding answers today about the rocky rollout of the healthcare.gov site.
President Obama repeatedly assured Americans that after the Affordable Care Act became law, people who liked their health insurance would be able to keep it.
Some lawmakers want to extend healthcare deadlines as the Healthcare.gov website continues to have problems.
Congress examines the problems with the new HealthCare.gov website roll-out.