A long-term federal audit of Maryland's botched Obamacare exchange found that the state misallocated $28.4 million of federal funding, but the state's contesting whether it will pay the money back.
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Famously anti-Obamacare Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is now signing up for health insurance on an Obamacare exchange, he confirmed Tuesday.
Half the Obamacare customers who received premium subsidies will end up owing the IRS big come tax season -- almost $800 on average, according to a new study.
Justice Anthony Kennedy's comments in a run-of-the-mill budget meeting Monday may have signaled how he intends to vote in this year's biggest Obamacare lawsuit over the legality of federal premium subsidies.
Obamacare is celebrating its fifth birthday Monday, but despite years of making headlines, it remains unpopular among Americans and the subject of continued attempts for repeal and reform.
Close to 80,000 of last year's Obamacare customers still haven't received a corrected tax form after the Obama administration distributed hundreds of thousands of faulty forms.
The number of state-run Obamacare exchanges may fall even lower next year as yet another state is considering handing the reins over to the federal government.
California officials have revoked the tax-exempt status from nonprofit giant Blue Shield of California, which will likely force the top health insurance company to pay millions more in state taxes every year.
An erstwhile Minnesota Obamacare customer told a state panel Tuesday that a flub with the state's exchange over his late wife's health insurance ultimately killed her.
Congress is reportedly considering a deal to repeal the sustainable growth rate formula for Medicare, but at the cost of $200 billion -- a turnaround for House leadership and others that have supported deficit-neutral repeal in the past.
The Obama administration is denying it has any backup plan if the Supreme Court restricts Obamacare subsidies to state-run exchanges, but a new report claims they're looking at an easy fix.
Minnesota's Obamacare exchange has cut its projection for its Obamacare exchange for the second time in months.
Two Democratic senators introduced a bill Thursday that would boost Medicaid provider reimbursement rates back to Medicare levels -- part of an Obamacare provision that was supposed to be temporary.
Republican Sen. John Barrasso hit the Obama administration for "celebrating" Obamacare sign-ups while the health care law remains as unpopular as ever.
Obamacare sign-ups may be growing, but the law hasn't made any strides at attracting the biggest uninsured populations, according to data released Tuesday by the Department of Health and Human Services.
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.
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.