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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will use an existing state plan favored by conservatives to boost coverage.

With limited 2014 data, pricing 2015 health plans is going to be a challenge.

New department data show fewer hospital-acquired conditions and fewer return trips to the hospital.

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

State exchanges and HHS can't agree on who should allow exemptions from the individual mandate.

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

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

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

Medicare says that private insurers will see a small increase next year, instead of a cut.

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

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

The enrollment data provides a snapshot of how some customers are shopping for insurance away from Obamacare exchanges.

A self-described numbers geek says enrollments will have a huge spike in March.

Maryland residents who struggled to enroll by March 31 will get some more time.

The effort to sign up young people is taking different forms.

Some states have seen increased competition, while others have seen insurers strengthen their hold on insurance markets, a new analysis finds.

Following political backlash over cancellations, HHS says it is looking to reduce "unnecessary" terminations of coverage.

The Obama administration is requiring health plans in Obamacare insurance marketplaces to include a more robust offering of health care providers in 2015

Instead of closing this month, the federal high-risk pools will stay open through April.

The GOP argues that virtually anyone can be exempted, but the administration says the carve out is much more limited.

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