The first Obamacare-created insurer to go under could cost federal taxpayers up to $140 million, according to a new court filing.
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IG: After Billions In Loans, Almost All Obamacare Co-Ops Were In The Red After Obamacare’s First Year
Almost all of Obamacare's landmark health insurance co-ops are in financial trouble.
Several Senate Republicans are joining together to introduce a bill that would end funding for cities that fail to share information on illegal aliens with the federal government.
A group of House Democrats are now asking for an investigation into the group behind a set of videos that show Planned Parenthood executives blithely discussing the sale of body parts from abortions.
Hundreds of thousands of Obamacare subsidy recipients have failed to file tax returns, and Sen. Orrin Hatch wants the administration to investigate who owes the feds money.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill Monday to outlaw non-emergency abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Australia's capital may be moving to ban anti-abortion protests and other speech in a buffer zone outside abortion clinics.
Marilyn Tavenner, the administration's former top Obamacare official, was tapped Wednesday to lead the country's largest health insurance lobby group.
For the second time, phony applicants with fake identities and documentation were able to receive Obamacare coverage and taxpayer subsidies through the federal exchange. The fraudsters were actually investigators in an undercover study by the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office.
The group of nuns serving the elderly poor that has been fighting Obamacare's birth control mandate for years has to comply with the Obama administration's current exemption format, a federal appeals court has ruled.
A top insurer is dropping from Washington, D.C.'s Obamacare exchange in 2016, leaving customers with fewer options than ever in the nation's capital.
The attorneys general for 10 Republican-led states are crying foul against the Obama administration for threatening to withhold unrelated Medicaid funding if they don't expand Medicaid, a pet project under Obamacare.
Emails Show MIT’s Jonathan Gruber Had Even More To Do With Obamacare’s Passage Than Previously Thought
Jonathan Gruber, the Obamacare adviser who lambasted the "stupidity of the American voter," worked more closely with top administration officials than thought, despite President Barack Obama's efforts to downplay Gruber as a low-level consultant.
The Obama administration is making billions in payments to health insurers under Obamacare without calculating the exact amount companies are owed, according to a federal audit released Tuesday.
President Obama's executive actions on immigration got another day in federal court on Friday and early reports suggest it may not look good for the administration.
The Senate passed a bill with a price tag of $141 billion to reform Medicare payments to physicians, rejecting a series of amendments, including one that would make the bill budget-neutral.
While the debate over amnesty rages, the U.S. already expects to admit 10 million new legal immigrants on a path to citizenship over the next decade -- more than the population of seven large American cities combined.
Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz is suggesting that the administration may have indicted Sen. Robert Menendez for corruption as punishment for "policy differences."
A potential longer-term fix to a costly annual Medicare problem is actually not that permanent, according to a report from a federal actuary.