By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Barring an enrollment surge, the nation's uninsured rate could edge up again after a yearslong coverage expansion that has seen about 20 million people obtain health insurance.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar said premiums for a popular type of "silver" health plan under the Affordable Care Act will edge downward next year in most states.
By Emmarie Huetteman, Kaiser Health News
John McCain leaves behind his own health care legacy, seemingly driven less by his interest in health care policy than his disdain for bullies trampling the “little guy.”…
For people who need an individual policy and are anticipating cheaper plans this fall, the advice seems to be: Look carefully and read the fine print.
The Trump administration took another step toward eliminating the Affordable Care Act by changing rules that will allow consumers to buy cheaper, shorter-term health insurance and for longer. But insurers would not have to cover pre-existing conditions or offer the…
President Trump’s effort to eliminate the Affordable Care Act was stymied by the Senate last year, but he hasn't stopped trying to undermine it. William Brangham asks New York Times health care correspondent Margot Sanger-Katz about recent funding reductions for…
By Jessica Yarvin
The Affordable Care Act has been a divisive issue for years. But now, Democrats are betting that a pro-Obamacare message will help them at the polls in November.
By Associated Press
Democrats in the House and Senate are urging President Donald Trump to defend protections for pre-existing conditions under the Affordable Care Act.
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
The Trump administration said in a court filing late Thursday that it will no longer defend key parts of the Affordable Care Act.
By Emily Bazar, Kaiser Health News
The Obamacare penalty won’t go away until 2019, and that means you still will owe Uncle Sam if you didn’t have health insurance – or an exemption from the mandate – in 2017.
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