The Obama administration is proposed rule changes Friday evening that would allow federal officials to switch Obamacare customers' health insurance plans without their consent.
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The Obama administration admitted Thursday that it had inflated Obamacare enrollment numbers and now its trying to blame the glitchy HealthCare.gov for their "mistake."
The nonprofit coordinating several lawsuits against Obamacare subsidies in federally-run exchanges is out with a new report which suggests that the Obama administration itself didn't expect to offer premium subsidies on HealthCare.gov.
Health and Human Services secretary Sylvia Burwell says the public should still trust the administration's Obamacare enrollment numbers, even though it made a "mistake" that falsely boosted numbers, twice.
The Obama administration included 400,000 dental plans in its first-year Obamacare enrollment totals without acknowledging that it wasn't full health insurance, falsely pushing the final number past the administration's enrollment target.
The state of Vermont has halted its contract with embattled MIT economist Jonathan Gruber after videos surfaced of him boasting about hoodwinking the American public into accepting Obamacare and mocking the stupidity of American voters.
Two GOP congressmen are asking the National Institutes of Health a long list of questions about its ongoing contract with Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber, suggesting it might be better off ending his contract.
HealthCare.gov still doesn't allow legal immigrants to submit their green card as proof of identity and legal residence to apply for Obamacare coverage, according to the Associated Press.
While President Barack Obama is getting ready to issue executive amnesty this week, administration officials are promising they won't give the newly legalized immigrants access to Obamacare.
A top Obamacare official called the effort to launch last year's utterly unusable HealthCare.gov a "cruel and uncaring march" in emails to top U.S. tech official Todd Park, who's denied knowing much about the website at all.
Given Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber's candid comments, a whole load of information about Obamacare is now coming out -- years too late for the public to weigh in on it.
Speaker of the House John Boehner has hired Jonathan Turley, a renowned liberal law professor, as his lead counsel in the House's lawsuit against the Obama administration's delay of Obamacare's employer mandate.
President Barack Obama and a long list of Democrats are now arguing that MIT economist Jonathan Gruber wasn't intimately involved in writing Obamacare, but yet another video shows Obama admitting that he's "stolen ideas" from Jon Gruber himself -- "liberally."
Embattled Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber said earlier this year that the states who've declined the health-care law's Medicaid expansion are downright "evil" in a web interview with another university professor.
Former Obama senior adviser David Axelrod is hedging his comments on Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber, calling the economist's contributions to the health-care law "valuable."
The number of Americans that approve of Obamacare has sunk to its lowest ever, according to a new Gallup poll.
The Washington State Obamacare exchange went offline Saturday morning just hours after the start of the 2015 open enrollment period for the health-care law.
Obamacare exchanges nationwide opened Saturday morning for the health-care law's second open enrollment period and it's a big improvement from last year's launch.
Fox Business Network anchor Melissa Francis said she was "silenced" by CNBC when management told her she was "disrespecting the office of the president" by reporting about Obamacare.