Obamacare Premiums Will Get Cheaper For The First TimeIt will cost a little less to buy Obamacare coverage in 2019.
Obamacare Is About To Get A Bit Cheaper For Lots Of PeopleIt will likely cost a little less to buy the benchmark Obamacare plan next year.
Covered California Premiums To Rise 8.7 Percent In 2019The rate increases announced Thursday by Covered California are smaller than the double-digit increases seen in each of the last two years.
Obamacare's Calorie Count Rules Go Into EffectPresident Donald Trump has found one part of the federal health law palatable.
Covered California Enrollment Dips Slightly For 2018Officials said Wednesday that 1.52 million people enrolled for 2018 insurance coverage, down about 2 percent from the prior year.
California Is Outspending The U.S. Government To Market ObamacareThe marketing blitz is on.
Most Obamacare Enrollees Could Pay Less For Policies Next YearWhile it's true that premiums for the popular silver Obamacare plan could shoot higher for 2018, most enrollees could actually end up paying less for coverage next year.
Senator John McCain Opposes GOP's Last-Ditch Bill To Repeal ObamacareSen. John McCain says he won't vote for the Republican bill repealing the Obama health care law. His statement likely deals a fatal blow to the last-gasp GOP measure in a Senate showdown expected next week.
Jimmy Kimmel Ramps Up Battle Against GOP Health Care BillJimmy Kimmel used his late-night platform to continue his assault on the GOP health care bill, firing back at critics including U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy and "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade.
Obama: ‘Aggravating’ To See Continued Attempts To Rollback Health CareFormer President Barack Obama urged people working to better the world not to be discouraged when it seemed like progress was stalled or being rolled back.
Dems Target Swing-District House GOP On Health CareDems used a bus emblazoned with the words "Drive for our Lives" to gin up opposition to vulnerable House Republicans who voted against the ACA with the aim of upending the GOP's majority in next year's midterm elections.