Affordable Care Act
A former Health and Human Services secretary and some celebrity allies have dire worries about the new round of Obamacare enrollment.
Critics question whether the president is trying to do by fiat with health care what he couldn't get Congress to do by law.
The Trump administration is expected to end an Obamacare provision known as “contraception mandate” on Friday.
New digital ads previewed by Newsweek will target 16 Republican lawmakers as part of a progressive group's campaign to defeat efforts to repeal Obamacare once and for all.
Hawaii Senator Mazie Hirono has become the party's point person for fighting repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
The Louisiana senator has become the point person for Obamacare repeal. How he got here.
Newsweek found at least 70 examples of Republican-led efforts to repeal, modify or otherwise curb the Affordable Care Act since its inception as law on March 23, 2010.
Representative Tom MacArthur said he will close the loophole in a separate piece of legislation.
As one newspaper article put it: “U.S. Rep. John Shimkus’s foot finds warm welcome in mouth.”
The Kentucky senator reintroduced legislation that Republicans put on former President Obama’s desk last year.
House Republicans have revealed their long-awaited replacement for Obamacare. Here, a health care economics expert offers a tour of the new legislation.
Procedural roadblocks will prevent Republicans from passing a replacement law while ignoring Democrats.
46 million Americans have insurance deductibles of $1,000 a year or greater.
A new report finds Obamacare gets high marks in conservative states where more low-income individuals now have health insurance.
Repealing the law but delaying its implementation will all but kill the healthcare markets.
The continued popularity of the Affordable Care Act suggests a need for accessible insurance despite Donald Trump's calls to repeal and replace it.
Even a pair of skinny jeans and hipster glasses won’t make Obamacare appealing.
"Today I can announce that thanks to the law, 20 million more Americans now know the security of health insurance," Obama said.
Recent troubles in Zenefits and Theranos highlight it can use more zen and patience in their approach.
In the 1980s, the Democrats began taking campaign funding from big corporations, Wall Street and the very wealthy.