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Republicans say they are emboldened by Obama's reversal and the Democrats' scramble for cover on canceled insurance plans.
Obamacare's top IT manager was deeply concerned in July that the federal insurance marketplace would bomb because of problems with contractors.
Obamacare "is a mess … and it continues to get messier," California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom said on "The Kudlow Report."
About 16 cyberattacks have been launched on HealthCare.gov, the Department of Homeland Security says.
Health-care stocks are surging amid the confusion of Obamacare. Apparently, investors don't see the current morass as problematic at all.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that the health care website is continuing to be fixed and remained optimistic that the number of Americans enrolling for insurance through the marketplaces will increase.
President Obama's announcement that health insurance companies don't have to cancel policies will not drastically affect the overall plan. NBC News.
President Obama's administrative fix for health insurance cancellations seems simple enough. But for the insurance industry, it's anything but easy.
President Obama said Thursday he 'heard loud and clear' the complaints of people who had their policies canceled, and said an administrative fix would help.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney tells "Kudlow Report" that he is less than optimistic about the Affordable Care Act.
Obama administration officials released the first enrollment data from technologically troubled federal insurance marketplace HealthCare.gov.
Op-ed: Small-business owners say the costs of Obamacare are already causing them to hire more part-time workers and less full-time. But here's a solution.
Republican efforts to stop Obamacare are a throwback to past efforts by former lawmakers to stop other federal entitlement programs. The New York Times reports.
The model who posed for the Affordable Healthcare Act website has said in interviews that she felt bullied by critics of the health-care plan.
Larry Summers also said the Federal Reserve should concentrate on pushing the economy to expand.
Six weeks into the Obamacare rollout, some of the online insurance exchanges run by states are continuing to have serious technological problems.
President Obama should consider changes to his health-care law to honor his pledge, former President Bill Clinton said in an interview. NBC reports.
The federal government is inviting 275,000 people who had trouble creating accounts on HealthCare.gov to "try again" after software fixes.
Kentucky has released detailed information about enrollments on its Obamacare marketplace, setting a high bar for federal authorities to beat.
Some tech experts are protesting a plan to subpoena the government's chief technology officer over the botched HealthCare.gov site, saying, "Let Todd Work."
Up to 5 million undocumented immigrants may find getting affordable health care tough despite a executive order to stop deportations.
Generic drug costs have risen so much that some drugs have surpassed equivalents in other countries, the New York Times reports.
The urge to stockpile Ebola protective gear in the United States has been so strong that shortages are now hitting first responders in Africa.
Grand jury chooses not to indict police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager, sparking off an angry response, NBC reports.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is stepping down under pressure, the first Cabinet-level casualty of the November elections.
The president's move on immigration scrambled the calculus for how Congress avoids a government shutdown, Politico's Ben White says.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren misunderstands the Burger King-Tim Hortons inversion deal, Andrew Ross Sorkin says.
CNBC spoke to entrepreneurs, investors—and technology workers—who argue in favor of H-1B visa rules being liberalized.
The immigration reform debate often overlooks one important benefit: many researchers believe it's good for the economy.