By banding together, some states could minimize payments to the Obama administration for using HealthCare.gov technology.
Kentucky is following a difficult trail already carved by a handful of other states.
The “death panels” controversy has ended with a (productive) whimper.
With a repeal bill headed for Obama’s veto pen, Republicans are now crafting a replacement plan and looking ahead to 2017.
Doctors can get more information than ever about their patients. Now they’re hoping to put it to work.
Republicans are set to make more cuts to the law this week, but they’re not going to bring down the law. What would?
The package includes funding for NIH and 9/11 responders, and it delays the "Cadillac tax" on pricey health plans.
The FBI's hate-crime records largely corroborate the presidential candidate's claim.
Americans have to enroll in a federal health exchange by Tuesday in order for insurance to kick in Jan. 1.
The Ethics Committee finds that Jared Polis didn't break rules with his promotional efforts for a video game and a clothing company.
Advocates of the Zadroga Act hope the spending package will include support for responders.
The GOP candidate laid out his vision for repealing Obamacare and starting a new national health care policy.
A new analysis shows that for roughly 7 million Americans, the fine for being uninsured costs less than the cheapest health plans.
Many opioid addicts want to try to quit with the help of medication, but tight federal rules can make those difficult to get.
The chamber passed a reconciliation measure after some controversial amendment votes, but President Obama is sure to veto it.
The price increase was based on maximizing revenue, the report found.
Conservatives sound encouraged after hearing details of a measure to attack Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood.
The panel formed a subcommittee to look into allegations against the congressman. But first, Justice will investigate.
7.5 million people paid the fine for ignoring the Affordable Care Act’s 2014 individual mandate. If they do it in 2016, they’ll pay much more.
They are a ladder to prosperity, but they’re suffering from problems of perception.