Washington state's Obamacare exchange overcharged 13,000 customers by taking too much straight out of their bank accounts this month, according to the marketplace's CEO, Richard Onizuka.
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The Obama administration said Tuesday that it has no back-up plan for Obamacare if the Supreme Court rules this summer that the law restricts premium subsidies to state-run exchanges only, which would strip subsidies from millions of customers in a majority of states.
Close to half of uninsured adults are still unaware that Obamacare's individual mandate will fine them for not buying health insurance, according to a Thursday poll from the Urban Institute.
The White House released a video Tuesday evening of President Obama and Obamacare chief Sylvia Burwell celebrating a "preliminary estimate" of 11.4 million Americans who signed up for insurance nationwide during the health law's second open enrollment period.
The country's most populous state isn't pulling its weight in sign-ups for Obamacare enrollment this year.
On the day before the deadline for Obamacare's second open enrollment period, some customers looking for health coverage were unable to submit applications on the federal website due to more tech glitches, the Obama administration said Saturday.
The California Obamacare exchange sent incorrect tax forms to 100,000 different households that accepted federal premium subsidies for health insurance during the health care law's first year.
Up to 80 million customers had their account information stolen in a huge data breach at Anthem Inc., the second largest health insurer in the country, the company's CEO said in a statement Wednesday.
The Supreme Court will hear the top court threat to Obamacare in years next month, but the head of the Department of Health and Human Services still won't say whether the Obama administration is even making a back-up plan in the event it loses the case.
The federal agency that's in charge of millions of Americans' health care has spent tens of millions sending its top officials around the world in first-class.
The House passed legislation Thursday that would change Obamacare's definition of a full-time work week to 40 hours instead of 30 hours, lowering the number of businesses affected by the law's employer mandate.
As expected, the White House issued a formal veto threat Wednesday against the first change the Republican Congress hopes to make to Obamacare -- but oddly enough, used conservatives' arguments against the law's employer mandate at large.
The Republican-controlled Congress' first vote to alter the unpopular health-care law is already under attack.
Two New York police officers were shot and wounded late Monday evening in the Bronx, a local CBS affiliate reports.
Up to half of the 6.8 million Americans who received premium subsidies in 2014 could end up owing the federal government money because of it this tax season, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The World Health Organization is looking into reports that ISIS fighters in Iraq have been showing up at hospitals with Ebola symptoms.
The country's battle over Obamacare's Medicaid expansion is set to grow even harsher in 2015 as Republican-controlled legislatures fight to stop their states from boosting the welfare insurance program.
HarperCollins, one of the largest publishers in the world, is selling English-language atlases to Middle East schools that leave out Israel entirely due to "local preferences," The Telegraph reports.
Arizona's Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a lawsuit brought by state Republicans against Gov. Jan Brewer's Medicaid expansion can proceed.