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News Wrap: Medicare head says ACA site improving while insurers cancel policies…
In an abrupt shift in policy Friday, President Obama backtracked some, announcing that religious employers would not be required to offer free birth control to employees after all. Instead the burden would be on insurers. Ray Suarez and Secretary of…
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the new health exchange regulations July 7.
Kathleen Sebelius and Sen. Orrin Hatch discuss the president's compromise on health care.
Kwame Holman reports on how the United States is responding to help Haiti, and then Jeffrey Brown talks to a Los Angeles Times reporter about international efforts on the ground.
Throughout the nation, concern over a possible H1N1 vaccine shortage is causing chaos at hospitals. Betty Ann Bower visits a clinic in Maryland for more.
After weeks of criticism at town halls across the nation, the Obama administration signaled on Sunday it is open to dropping a public insurance option from any health care legislation. Despite likely backlash from liberals, the administration now appears focused…
With the Obama administration signaling a new openness to dropping a public insurance option from any health care overhaul, the focus now turns toward the efficacy of the cooperative insurance model.
As Congress continues searching for ways to finance a health care overhaul, one option under review is taxing the costliest employer-provided health plans, otherwise known as "Cadillac" plans. After a recap on developments on the health care front, experts discuss…
President Barack Obama pushed back Tuesday against stepped-up Republican efforts to question his health reform agenda. Four members of key congressional committees discuss the divisions on Capitol Hill.
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