2.1 million of those people signed up for private insurance, and another 3.9 million were found eligible for Medicaid.
Here's a look at how last year's economic forecasts held up in 2013.
Wherein we recognize outstanding achievements — and spectacular disasters — in policy wonkery over the past year.
Joe Biden's graph of the year? It's about Amtrak, of course.
The luxury watch market is booming, but the industry still depends on key parts made by one company.
Ed Snowden, Bitcoin, Uber, and same-sex couples all changed society by defying conventional wisdom.
My seven year old announced this week that he wanted to stay up until the ball dropped. So what's a parent to do?
"This chart shows the top 10 percent's share of income from 1917 to 2012."
If you've got two minutes, you can understand the health-care law's deadlines. Really.
Unemployment is way too high -- and it's been that way for awhile.
Hospitals don't expect a deluge on New Year's Day, when millions of Americans gain access to insurance coverage.
"How can any society or any government succeed when most of its institutions are held in such low regard by its citizens?"
Today's top five stories: (1) the 7-million goal; (2) HARP sounding sweeter; (3) unnatural nature, thanks to climate change; (4) you drone it, you own it; and (5) could Ryan-Murray fall apart?
"A whole generation of Americans is struggling under the crushing burden of debt as they postpone their dreams for a tomorrow that may never come."
You owe your "paranoid" friend a beer.
While the short-term unemployment rate is back near its pre-crisis levels, the long-term unemployment rate has barely budged.
Automobiles are becoming more like smartphones, and have joined the platform wars along with them.
The great deceleration in health costs continues.
The airport safety agency doesn't save any lives and causes needless hassle. Let's eliminate it.
It's not just "government." It's these programs.