Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is canceling his dream plan to create a single-payer health system in the state, he announced Wednesday.
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Just before the deadline to have Obamacare coverage for January, only 1.3 million of last year's HealthCare.gov customers had renewed their insurance, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
The Supreme Court's decision about the legality of Obamacare subsidies in some states could put $65 billion in premium subsidies at risk, according to a report from Democratic Rep. Henry Waxman.
Obamacare insurers that are part of the industry's top trade group are voluntarily giving customers more time to pay their premiums this year.
Americans have to be prepared for an increased individual mandate tax to hit in just two weeks, but the White House still hasn't gotten around to approving the Internal Revenue Service paperwork on the requirement.
Idaho and Minnesota are the two latest states to extend their Obamacare exchanges' deadlines to pick a health insurance plan for Jan. 1 coverage.
Tennessee Republican Gov. Bill Haslam became the latest red-state governor to approve a twist on Obamacare's Medicaid expansion Monday.
California's Obamacare exchange is struggling to fix yet another computer glitch that is shunting some applicants into Medicaid coverage.
Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber had a rough time facing Congress this week, but the Massachusetts exchange where he continues to work made a show of support Thursday -- complete with heart-shaped pins featuring Gruber himself.
Rep. Darrell Issa subpoenaed Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber late Thursday for all the professor's documents about the health-care law.
This year, the Obama administration is trying to get uninsured Americans to sign up for Obamacare coverage by advertising on receipts at 7-Eleven stores.
Several House Republicans have introduced legislation to reverse an Obamacare loophole that make foreign diplomats working in the U.S. eligible for exchange coverage and taxpayer subsidies.
Returning HealthCare.gov customers have just five days left to renew their health-care plans for coverage on Jan. 1, but only a small fraction of last year's sign-ups have selected plans so far.
Large insurance companies are now in a tiff with the GOP over a provision in the year-end spending bill which restricts the Obama administration from bailing out Obamacare insurers if necessary.
Outgoing House Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid is blaming the Democratic Party's failure last year on HealthCare.gov's infamous glitches, and nothing else.
Former top Obamacare official Kathleen Sebelius admits that the public "universally" dislikes Obamacare, but is charging ahead by saying the health-care law just needs a rebranding.
Turns out finding a doctor who accepts Medicaid is almost twice as difficult as many people expected.
Obamacare chief Marilyn Tavenner showed up to face a congressional committee Tuesday for the first time since giving them false information, but this time refused over and over to give out much information at all.
The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Colorado-based convent, faced another federal court this week in its struggle against Obamacare's mandate that employers --- nuns or not --- provide free contraception to workers.