Two-thirds of Americans say the rollout still isn’t going well, but that’s down from last month
The hearing will be a crucial test for Obamacare
December saw a surge in enrollment for health insurance through the federal exchange
Initial enrollment numbers aren’t promising
California shuts down sites that tried to capitalize on confusion over the healthcare law
Government officials say the site is fixed and ready to start signing people up for health plans for real this time
Foundation spending $500K to educate TV writers on new health care law
Only six people enrolled in the first 24 hours
Verizon called in for extra maintenance
Despite what President Obama said, thousands of people are being forced to change plans. But their new ones may offer better coverage.
Medicaid, not private insurance, is getting the bulk of early state enrollments
From an indie rocker crooning the merits of the Affordable Care Act to a fake trailer comparing it to Sharknado, it seems no appeal is too outrageous when it comes to swaying public opinion.
The swing-state is only the 8th led by a Republican governor to do so.