Obamacare shouldn’t be repealed or struck down — but it can be improved.
By rejecting Obamacare, Bobby Jindal opts out of Medicaid assistance for Baton Rougean, forcing neighborhood hospitals to close.
Five years on, the split feelings on Obamacare “has come to define not only the politics of the law but also its implementation.”
See the latest evidence that Obamacare works.
Will congressional dysfunction threaten a near-perfect health care program?
Apple unveils ResearchKit, which will collect participant’s data to analyze their health.
Although the Great Recession is officially over, children’s well-being has gotten worse since 2007.
Take a detailed look at the disaster that the Supreme Court could cause by gutting Obamacare.
Is there a contingency plan if the Supreme Court rules against Obamacare?
Five years after the Affordable Care Act became law, its projected costs continue to plummet.
Conservatives have subverted market forces to ensure that Americans pay more for their drugs.
Arguments in the controversial new Supreme Court challenge to Obamacare begin this morning.
The Republican justices know they can destroy Obamacare — it’s why they agreed to hear King v. Burwell in the first place.
Millions of immigrants will be protected from deportation under DAPA and DACA — but they won’t be eligible for federal health programs.
Even some red state governments are starting to panic over King v. Burwell.
Inside the White House’s ironic legal defense of the Affordable Care Act.
The Supreme Court has another chance to kill the Affordable Care Act — and this time, it may take it.
Overburdened and without health care, some parents forgo vaccination.
New evidence confirms that Obamacare is working.
David Vitter isn’t giving up his anti-Obamacare crusade.
Despite some compromises, many Republicans continue to pushback against Medicaid expansion.
Meet a rare CEO who sees the value in paying well above minimum wage.
The Koch brothers were wrong: College students should buy health insurance.
The attack on Anthem Inc. is the worst hacking revealed by a health insurer to date.
Potential 2016 contenders Chris Christie and Rand Paul got some unwanted attention on the late night shows.