Other countries have taken larger steps to end an '80s-era policy.
It's apparently somewhat safer to be a patient these days.
The virus is increasingly concentrated among the hardest-to-reach populations.
Beyond Brittany Maynard: Who is choosing to die with dignity
Early interest appears strong, but has the Web site gotten any easier to use?
New menu labeling rules could be a wake-up call for diners.
Experts say tax season — and not holiday season — is the best time for people to buy health insurance.
Shedding light on the huge variations in health-care prices, one medical bill at a time.
An MIT political scientist discusses a wrenching experiencing.
The administration over the summer inflated Obamacare enrollment statistics by as many as 400,000 people by including stand-alone dental plans in their official count.
Jonathan Gruber predicted the tax will eventually overhaul employer coverage. Firms aren't expecting an immediate change.
Millions will get new protections, but not subsidized health coverage.
The constitutional law professor has been critical of Obama's executive actions on health care.
An influential think tank says development costs are exploding, but critics don't see the proof.
The head of the ridesharing giant says the ACA opens new doors for its drivers.
The Obama administration and consumer advocates have been urging last year's customers to review their options this year to see if they can get a better deal.
Enrollment is supposed to start sometime Saturday morning. Maybe don't wait up all Friday night, though.
Gruber's latest "secret" isn't even a secret.
A guide to the three-month effort to sign up millions more for health insurance.
Our preterm birth rate is falling, but there's still plenty of work to be done.