Will the improvements to the site be enough to ensure consumers can get coverage before the December 23 deadline?
How the Republican tempest over the Affordable Care Act diverts attention from three large truths.
Four journalists describe how their own experiences with the health-care system has affected their reporting.
Why we need to set mandatory standards for health insurance.
What we know and don’t know about Obamacare’s effect on individual health insurance policies.
Robert Reich: The Democrat’s Version of Health Insurance Would Have Been Cheaper, Simpler, and More PopularOctober 2013
So why did we enact the Republican version, and why are they so upset?
Critics of the Affordable Care Act rollout say its technology problems are overwhelming. Defenders point to the states, where the health insurance marketplaces seem to be working.
The government shutdown will have demonstrated the willingness, indeed the eagerness, of Republicans to do everything possible to stop the health care law.
“Why Obama and the Democrats must not yield to Republican bullying.”
Why the upcoming shutdowns and defaults are symptoms of a deeper Republican malady.
The problem with Obama’s second term.
When Republicans can’t repeal laws they don’t like, they hollow them out, deny funds to fully implement them, and reduce funds to enforce them.
The American debate over healthcare seems absurd most everywhere else.
How the deficit obsession has been distracting us from our country’s most pressing issues.
There are two competing visions of patriotism in America today.
Now that Obamacare has been upheld, the next steps are preventing its repeal and moving towards a public option.
Why did Chief Justice Roberts choose to uphold the Affordable Care Act, alone amongst Republican appointees?
Robert Reich predicts that the Supreme Court will come down six to three in favor of the Affordable Care Act.
Many have said a Supreme Court strike-down of the individual mandate could be the end of Obamacare, but it might be what’s needed to revive the public option.
Less than half of Americans believe that the Supreme Court is doing a good job. Here’s what that may mean.
Health care reform may be repealed if Republicans win in November, but it may not be the only president’s signature legislation that’s in danger.