Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius admits that the launch of ObamaCare has proven unsuccessful thus far. According to the secretary, enrollment numbers, which are to be released next week, are extremely low.
Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney told NBC News that if he'd been elected president, he would have replaced ObamaCare with a mandate that states guarantee that all their residents are insured — a distinction without much of a difference.
Like so many things that seem new, ObamaCare is in many ways old wine in new bottles.
ObamaCare may be making health insurance more affordable for some people, but at the expense of their choice of providers.
JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for Nov. 04 - 10, 2013.
Early ObamaCare enrollment data indicate that far more people are enrolling in Medicaid than in private insurance, which could prove troublesome for patients, taxpayers, and insurers alike.
Remember when Obama and his apparatchiks said that if you like your current health insurance plan, you could keep it under ObamaCare? Well, he was lying.
A recent survey of New York doctors reveals that they are adamantly opposed to the president's signature healthcare law, and some are simply refusing to participate in ObamaCare.
The same company that built the problem-plagued ObamaCare website was tapped to disburse long-overdue Hurricane Sandy relief.
Home Depot, GE, Trader Joe’s, Walgreen, IBM, and Time Warner are just a few of the major corporations that have announced they will stop sponsoring health insurance plans, either for current employees, retired employees, or both.