White House: Obama Has Not Signed Up For ObamacareSpokesman Jay Carney could not say when the president will sign up for a plan in the health care exchange.
Sebelius Vs. GOP Lawmakers Gets HeatedIssa accuses Sebelius of obstruction while the HHS Secretary accuses the House Republican of trying to block Obamacare.
Congressman: Talking To Sebelius Is 'Like Talking To The Republic of Korea'A Republican congressman said talking to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is "like talking to the Republic of Korea."
Larry The Cable Guy Trashes ObamacareLarry the Cable Guy trashed Obamacare while he appeared on Fox News' "Hannity" Monday calling it a "disaster." promoting a new comedy film.
Study: Obamacare Regulations Rushed Out The DoorA think tank finds the White House pushed through Affordable Care Act regulations five times faster than usual.
Reid: Obama's "Keep Your Plan" Promise Was TrueMajority Leader Harry Ried is under fire for defending the president.
Former MSNBC Host Tweets About Health Plan Being CancelledFormer MSBBC host Dylan Ratigan is the latest to join those who are not pleased with President Barack Obama and the new health policy.
Ted Cruz Jokes, Spars With Jay LenoSenator Ted Cruz made his debut late night TV appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Tech Chief Behind Obamacare Website Stepping DownTony Trenkle, the man who oversaw Healthcare.gov, is resigning.
Report: Twitter Suspends Account Critical Of ObamacareTwitter is coming under fire from conservative groups for reportedly cancelling an account of people showing their insurance cancellation letters.
Report: Obamacare Website Two Times Larger Than Facebook, Apple's OS X, And Windows XP CombinedAs the White House tries to fix the disastrous rollout of Healthcare.gov and Republicans try to make political hay out of the websites' problems, computer experts are trying to figure out just what exactly is in the program.
Health Insurance Markets Open; Success To Be Seen Millions of Americans will be able to shop for the first time Tuesday on the insurance marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care reforms, entering a world that is supposed to simplify the mysteries of health coverage but could end up making it even more confusing, at least initially.