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.
Obama administration says there’s no way to know the exact number — but it’s probably very low.
Obama isn’t the first president who has been sued, and some past cases have redefined the presidency
Amid fears that doctors wouldn’t take the newly insured, new surveys suggest that hasn’t been the case.
The Massachusetts coverage expansion suggests a jump in costly, elective surgeries could be coming, new research says.
Report finds that federal and state marketplaces are not verifying much of the information from applicants.
Hospitals find Medicaid admissions are up and uninsured visits are down in states with expanded Medicaid programs.
What the Hobby Lobby ruling could mean for religious nonprofits still challenging the administration.
Outmaneuvered on health care, McAuliffe needs to educate public, strengthen Democrats in rural Va.
The federal government wants to make things easier for navigators, but the path forward is murky.
New rules will try to spare many people to reapply -- but not everyone