On Oct. 1, millions of Americans gained access to the new marketplaces mandated by President Obama’s health-care law. Check back regularly for the latest news on the launch of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the ongoing political fight over the law in Congress.
An investigation finds insurers are overcharging the health-care program for seniors.
Federal health officials say those who lose coverage can reapply to regain coverage, if eligible.
Exchange directors see potential challenges for attracting new customers — and keeping the current ones.
Christian coops a popular way to skirt Affordable Care Act, but experts advise caution
Some small businesses would see their health costs go down. Others would see the opposite effect.
The Affordable Care Act has been controversial -- but it’s changing the many small health decisions that make up everyday life.
Health-care sharing gives some Americans a faith-based support system -- as long they pledge to refrain from sin.
11 months in, consumers still struggle with delays, glitches with the District’s Obamacare exchange.
Companies in these five states will be the first to test out the new and improved health insurance exchange.
More than 160,000 anti-Obamacare ads have aired so far this year.