After a month of marketing the federal health exchange site as "not broken anymore," the White House has tossed the ball to Magic Johnson and Alonzo Mourning in new ads touting health insurance.
Many people have expressed frustration over the problems with HealthCare.gov, but this Ohio man never gave up. After thousands of attempts, he finally signed up for his health insurance.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has temporarily blocked a portion of the Affordable Health Care Act, which would have required some religious organizations to provide birth control coverage.
From the government shutdown to crack-smoking mayor of Toronto Rob Ford, the late-night comics (and Saturday Night Live) covered it all. Take a look at our favorite jokes from 2013, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
Interview with Michael Cannon at the CATO Institute.
The late-night comics talk about the latest defense of Obamacare and fixes to its website. Vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
President Obama spoke at the White House today, addressing the status of the Affordable Care Act. He called out his main critics, challenging them to offer actual alternatives, instead of campaigning for a return to "the status quo."
Many companies have announced major changes to their retiree health benefits starting January 1st. Which could mean higher costs for individuals and families.
The Affordable Care Act has been touted as a boon to America's self-employed. That includes the independent contractors, namely sex workers, at Nevada's famous Moonlight Bunny Ranch.
Nearly 40 House Democrats voted for a GOP proposal to allow insurers to continue offering health care plans to new and existing customers through next year, even if the plans don't meet new federal requirements.
Agent Lynn Schreder discusses new health insurance options for people considering retirement before reaching age 65.
KSDK explains that just because President Obama says insurance companies can once again offer certain policy they had to cancel, that doesn't mean they will offer them again.
CBS reporter asks the President tough questions on Obamacare.
President Obama announced Thursday that insurers will be able to offer plans that were previously canceled due to the Affordable Care Act, for one more year.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle react to low numbers of enrollments for the Affordable Care Act. The bottom-line number on HealthCare.gov didn't even meet the lowest of expectations: 26,794.
Debra Alfarone reports on the Affordable Care Act enrollment numbers.
Bill Clinton and Dick Cheney have finally agreed on something. In recent interviews, both men expressed their concern with the president's broken promise on the new healthcare plan.
Scammers on capitalizing on the confusion that came with the Affordable Care Act.
We're bringing you some of the news buzzing around the Affordable Care Act.
A look at the week that was in the Affordable Care Act saga.
A Buffalo Medical Group doctor and health administrator explains how the Affordable Care Act will change the way patients see their doctors.
WUSA 9 highlights some of the headlines buzzing on the Affordable Care Act. Take a look.
Three headlines that are making waves on the Affordable Care Act for Nov. 5, 2013.
We're checking out the hottest Healthcare Headlines around the country right now.
WUSA 9 highlights three of the latest impact of the Affordable Care Act.
What do the FAA, Halloween and Obamacare have to do with one another? The late-night comics have figured it out. Take a look at Punchlines, then vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
Newly obtained documents show that in its first two days, only 248 people across the nation were able to sign up for health insurance.
Experts say the Affordable Care Act's success rests on whether or not enough young people sign up. Debra Alfarone Reports.
Some small businesses are changing their approach to health care well before the Affordable Care Act takes effect for them.
President Obama spoke to a group of supporters in Boston Wednesday and reiterated his frustration over the failed healthcare.gov website.
Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius apologized Wednesday for the problems with HealthCare.gov, but it wasn't enough to appease lawmakers who have been hearing complaints from their constituents for weeks.
What's the latest news from the White House? President Obama's Facebook and Twitter accounts have been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army. Find out what the comics said about this and more. Vote for your favorite at opinion.usatoday.com.
Millions of Americans are opening letters from their health insurance companies, informing them that their plans have been terminated due to the Affordable Care Act, but some experts believe health care coverage will get better going forward.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius apologized for the "miserably frustrating experience" many have had with HealthCare.gov since its rollout. She said Americans deserve better and promised to fix the problems.
The head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services apologized Tuesday for problems with HealthCare.gov. Marilyn Tavenner told the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee that the issues are being addressed and will be fixed.
There are an extra 6 weeks for people to sign up for insurance
The Obamacare site is still problematic, Dick Cheney has written a new book and NSA is in hot water, again! Take a look at what Saturday Night Live players and late-night comics had to say, then vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
A group of Republican congressmen are calling for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to resign. She says the group is made up of people who don't want the Affordable Care Act to work.
The face of Obama’s healthcare plan isn’t the president himself, it’s a woman. But who is she?
President Obama spoke about the glitches still plaguing Obamacare. Take a look at what the late-night comics had to say about it, then vote for your favorite at opinion.usatoday.com.
President Barack Obama addressed glitches in signing up for the new Affordable Care Act. He said the administration is working to fix all the problems, but reminded the public that the law is much more than one website.
The Senate's top two leaders announced a bipartisan deal Wednesday to reopen the federal government after a 16-day partial shutdown and avert an unprecedented debt default.
Many people across the country are complaining that technical problems on healthcare.gov are keeping them from purchasing insurance.
Many Republicans are now talking about a short-term deal to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling to give space for negotiations with the White House and Democrats.
More than 6,000 have registered for the DC health exchange, says one officials.
The late-night comics have been talked about Obamacare all week. Take a look at our favorite jokes, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
Senators Mitch McConnell and Rand Paul were caught on a hot mic talking about their concerns regarding the shutdown.
The budget battle in Washington has made Yosemite off limits to nearly everyone who'd like to be there.
There's a lot of confusion surrounding the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as Obamacare, and late night television hosts like Jimmy Kimmel are taking full advantage.
The health care exchanges started yesterday, and the websites were flooded with thousands trying to sign up. Take a look at what the comedians had to say, then vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
The opening of the new healthcare exchange saw a combination of huge interest and balky technology that led to a series of glitches that marred the first hours of the centerpiece of President Obama's health law.
The opening of state- and federal-run insurance marketplaces Tuesday saw a series of glitches, delays and even crashes that marred the first hours of the centerpiece of President Obama's health law.
Even before the government officially shut down yesterday, the late-night comedians did plenty of speculating. Take a look at what they had to say, then vote for your favorite at opinion.usatoday.com.
When the Health Insurance Market Exchanges open Tuesday to help millions get health coverage, experts predict criminals will be fishing for credit card and bank account numbers too.
Congress shows no sign of heading off the first government shutdown in 17 years as House Republicans were holding firm Monday against a stopgap bill that does not in some way affect President Obama's health care law.
The hundreds of millions of tourism dollars that Florida National Parks helped generate during 2011 is now in danger of taking a hit if a government shutdown proceeds.
A looming government shutdown would have a major impact on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park during its second busiest month of the year.
House Republicans voted 231-192 early Sunday to delay the Affordable Healthcare Act for one year, moving the federal government one step closer to a shutdown.
Consumer experts expect scammers to target people looking at new health insurance options under the Affordable Care Act.