Allowing all Americans to join Medicare is the best way to control future health care costs.
A decision to declare federal subsidies illegal would remove health insurance from eight million Americans.
Forecasters say the increase would be smaller if economic growth effects are considered.
The decision later this month could leave 9 million Americans without federal health care subsidies.
Despite subsidies, the perception that a plan will be too costly has kept many uninsured.
More than 30 million Americans with health benefits skip doctor visits due to high costs.
A third of insured Americans say they did not access the care they needed because they couldn't afford it.
A company is taking on profiteering hospitals—and slashing the price of health care.
Legal requirements are being flouted by companies like Aetna, Cigna and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield.
The retail giant introduces a program to bring "transparency and simplicity" to health insurance, helping customers compare, pick, and enroll in plans
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin is shutting down Vermont Health Connect for an unspecified period of time to give the state's new technology contractor time to repair it
A little-known court case threatens to further unravel President Barack Obama's signature, and controversial, legislation