Throughout President Barack Obama's first four years in office, he prided himself on his ability to bounce back when much of Washington thought his presidency was in peril.
Add simmering Democratic discontent to the problems plaguing "Obamacare," now that first-month enrollment figures are out.
Bowing to intense criticism, President Barack Obama apologized to Americans who are losing health insurance plans he repeatedly said they could keep and pledged to find fixes that might allow people to keep their coverage.
Eager to cast blame, lawmakers are preparing to grill President Barack Obama's top health official over problems with the rollout of the government's health care website.
Despite past glitches, consumers can easily sign up for affordable health care, according to counselors trained help people with the process of signing up.
The Obama administration says it's granting a six-week extension until March 31 for Americans to sign up for coverage next year and avoid new tax penalties under the president's health care overhaul law.
The principal contractors responsible for the federal government's trouble-plagued health insurance website say the Obama administration shares responsibility for the snags that have crippled the system.
When a federal program that promised cash rebates to people who traded in their clunkers for more fuel-efficient vehicles was overrun by demand, President Barack Obama assigned Jeffrey Zients, his deputy budget director, to help eliminate the backlog.
Despite President Obama's promises to make the government health care marketplace better, the problems with those online exchanges continue.
Here are some top scams surrounding the Affordable Care Act, plus ways for you to get answers to your ACA questions.
As problems remain for those trying to log on to the ACA website, many are now turning to paper applications to enroll in health insurance.
You'll have to get coverage by Valentine's Day or thereabouts to avoid penalties for being uninsured, the Obama administration confirms, clarifying one of the health care law's least popular requirements.
A postal worker is out of a job for throwing away letters about the Affordable Care Act.
What is HealthCare.gov?
HealthCare.gov is a government run website created following the passage of The Affordable Care Act.
It is designed to answer questions about both health care reform and to provide information on the new plans that will soon be offered on the Health Care Marketplaces.
A fatal crash has closed the eastbound lanes of Interstate 435 at N. Congress.
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One person was killed in a rollover crash on westbound Interstate 435 at State Line …