The Little Sisters of the Poor and Aged won another temporary victory at the U.S. Supreme Court Friday.
A cyber security expert has claimed that he was able to gain access to 70,000 personal records of ObamaCare enrollees in just four minutes, an announcement that is likely to be frightening to all those who have enrolled in the new healthcare program.
Insurers need predictability and certainty in order to perform their duties well. Neither are present under Obamacare, so Moody's downgraded them.
Hundreds of thousands of Swedes are opting to buy private health insurance to escape the slow, poor-quality care they receive in their government's healthcare system.
Low enrollment by young, healthy people, among other things, suggests that ObamaCare will precipitate a "death spiral" of skyrocketing insurance premiums.
State legislators in Tennessee are stepping up to be the next in line to take the sting out of ObamaCare for citizens of the Volunteer State. A pair of bills proposed in the state legislature would prohibit participation by state agents with the ObamaCare mandates.
Healthcare.gov is no more secure today than it was when it launched and may actually be getting worse, information-security experts told a House committee.
A Pennsylvania Mennonite-run company asks the Supreme Court to end ObamaCare’s mandate that owners provide employees with abortion-causing drugs.
Less than one-fourth of the 2.2 million people who have signed up for ObamaCare are young and healthy, raising questions about the viability of ObamaCare itself.
What happens when the governing class is not held accountable to the same laws that they have imposed on the people such as ObamaCare?