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The administration floats a pilot program that would grant Honduran children refugee status.

With HealthCare.gov still unfinished, an influential liberal group says the exchanges need a clear leader.

More than two years after leaving Washington, Don Berwick is running for governor on a single-payer platform.

People signing up before the deadline went for cheaper health plans.

With a high uninsured rate and a younger population, Hispanics are seen as a key enrollment demographic.

Wellpoint changes its tune after predicting major hikes last month.

New surveys show that cost played a major role in the decision to skip coverage.

State officials voted to turn over control to HealthCare.gov after tech problems plagued the exchange this year.

The state's move to HealthCare.gov raises some immediate policy issues.

Certain groups are more attached to their individual health policies, a study finds.

A new government audit provides details on the secretary's efforts to boost Enroll America.

Memos from the Clinton White House echo the current administration's Obamacare challenges.

From glitches to an enrollment announcement that no one expected.

Analysts say insurers will still see payment reductions, and ACA supporters wonder why Medicare is backing down against the cuts.

If confirmed as HHS secretary, Sylvia Mathews Burwell faces no shortage of ACA challenges

Some states report an increase in youth enrollment. But was it enough?

The White House's best Obamacare news in a while doesn't tell us much about whether the law will work.

Here's everything you need to know about the last six months of the ACA and what's ahead.

Federal officials say they're not moving the enrollment deadline and that the honor system works.

The Obama administration spells out who can still sign up after March 31.

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