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How to sign up for the Affordable Care Act Insurance online?
Navigators with the Affordable Care Act answered questions during the First Coast News...
Navigators with the Affordable Care Act answered questions during the First Coast News phone bank Monday evening.
Obama ratings fall over health care problems
Another poll reflects the political damage done to President Obama by the botched health...
Another poll reflects the political damage done to President Obama by the botched health care rollout.
Questions about the Affordable Care Act answered
Keitha Nelson speaks with Joyce Case, Program Director for the Health Planning Council...
Keitha Nelson speaks with Joyce Case, Program Director for the Health Planning Council about the Affordable Care Act.
House oversight panel probes health website woes
<p>The House's chief investigator will delve Wednesday into the technical issues behind...
<p>The House's chief investigator will delve Wednesday into the technical issues behind the dysfunctional rollout of President Barack Obama's health care website. </p>
HealthCare.gov's problems will be fixed in a month
The troubled HealthCare.gov website will be running properly by late November, said...
The troubled HealthCare.gov website will be running properly by late November, said Jeffrey Zients, President Obama's appointee to fix the problems that have plagued the site since its Oct. 1 opening.
Officials: 476,000 Obamacare applications filed
Administration officials say about 476,000 health insurance applications have been filed...
Administration officials say about 476,000 health insurance applications have been filed through federal and state exchanges, the most detailed measure yet of the problem-plagued rollout of President Obama's signature legislation.
Nonprofit's mission is 'Enroll America' in Obamacare
The Affordable Health Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare is the law. I<span...
The Affordable Health Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare is the law. I<span lang="EN">f you're now uninsured, you must have health insurance by 2014. That said, the program's deadlines, the various plans and who is eligible have left many confused. </span>
Experts say health exchange technology needs overhaul
The federal health care exchange was built using 10-year-old technology that may require...
The federal health care exchange was built using 10-year-old technology that may require constant fixes and updates for the next six months and the eventual overhaul of the entire system, technology experts told USA TODAY.
Obamacare a success so far? It's hard to say
After more than a week in action, is President Barack Obama's health care overhaul a...
After more than a week in action, is President Barack Obama's health care overhaul a success or a bust? It's hard to say because there's hardly any data.
Did Obamacare fail woman with pre-existing condition?
Helen Ferguson, 66, has a lot of questions about the Affordable Care Act, especially...
Helen Ferguson, 66, has a lot of questions about the Affordable Care Act, especially after she was denied insurance by a health care company for a pre-existing condition.
Frustration over health insurance marketplace kinks
Two days into the Health Insurance Marketplace opening up online, many people are voicing...
Two days into the Health Insurance Marketplace opening up online, many people are voicing their concerns about not being able to access the services they've been waiting for.
Congress gets paid, but who's keeping their paycheck?
While more than 800,000 federal workers, including some congressional staffers, are being...
While more than 800,000 federal workers, including some congressional staffers, are being furloughed during the government shutdown, members of Congress are still getting paid, as required by law.
'It's going to be really tough': Tales from the shutdown
On the third day of a government shutdown with no end in sight, families, government...
On the third day of a government shutdown with no end in sight, families, government employees and private citizens across the country were feeling the effects of the battle in Washington. With no clear indication of when lawmakers on Capitol Hill will pass a bill to fund the government, here's how some Americans have already been hit:
High volume spurs health exchange system crash
A high number of visitors to the new federal health insurance exchange site Wednesday...
A high number of visitors to the new federal health insurance exchange site Wednesday caused the system to crash or cause prospective insurance customers to endure long waits.
Furloughed workers call on Congress to 'Get Their Act Together'
Furloughed government workers are getting some unexpected time off, but the impromptu...
Furloughed government workers are getting some unexpected time off, but the impromptu vacation is likely to be a period of increased anxiety for the roughly 800,000 federal employees who do not know when they will go back to work -- or get a pay check.
Obama calls a meeting as Congress stalls on shutdown
Two days in, Congress is no closer to resolving the first government shutdown in 17 years.
Two days in, Congress is no closer to resolving the first government shutdown in 17 years.
Cheapest Fla. health plan costs $86 a month
Florida residents Tuesday were allowed to start shopping for health insurance on...
Florida residents Tuesday were allowed to start shopping for health insurance on government-run online marketplaces.
Obamacare site crashes, marred with glitches
The opening of the new healthcare exchange saw a combination of huge interest and balky...
The opening of the new healthcare exchange saw a combination of huge interest and balky technology that led to a series of glitches that marred the first hours of the centerpiece of President Obama's health law.
Crenshaw named to Conference Committee
Florida Rep. Ander Crenshaw was appointed by House Speaker John Boehner to the Conference...
Florida Rep. Ander Crenshaw was appointed by House Speaker John Boehner to the Conference Committee on Continuing Resolution, which will work with the Senate to fund the government and defund the Affordable Care Act.
Obama: Launch of exchanges is 'historic'
President Barack Obama is hailing a "historic day" for uninsured Americans who now can...
President Barack Obama is hailing a "historic day" for uninsured Americans who now can purchase health care coverage through new insurance exchanges.
Obama promotes health exchanges ahead of kickoff
President Barack Obama is promoting the benefits of his health care law before new...
President Barack Obama is promoting the benefits of his health care law before new insurance exchanges open for business next week.
'Family glitch' in health law could be painful
A so-called "family glitch" in the 2010 health care law threatens to cost some families...
A so-called "family glitch" in the 2010 health care law threatens to cost some families thousands of dollars in health insurance costs and leave up to 500,000 children without coverage, insurance and health care analysts say.
New study warns of U.S. long-term debt problems
Current tax and spending policies 'unsustainable,' report warns.
Current tax and spending policies 'unsustainable,' report warns.
Secretary Sebelius talks about affordable health care
Uninsured Jacksonville residents can start shopping on the health insurance marketplace...
Uninsured Jacksonville residents can start shopping on the health insurance marketplace when it opens on October 1.
Fears grow over health reform fraud
Criminals are using the new health law to pressure consumers to divulge personal...
Criminals are using the new health law to pressure consumers to divulge personal information.
Many have Affordable Care Act questions with the March 31, 2014 deadline drawing near.
Ken Amaro is On Your Side when an insurance woman fights to keep her doctor when signing up for the Affordable Care Act.
Roger Weeder reports on the Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius made a stop here to draw attention the city's health care push.
Andrew Capasso reports on some Florida Blue customers who say they are still waiting for proof of coverage more three weeks into 2014.
Steve Handelsman reports on why experts are warning the government about the health care website.
After a month of marketing the federal health exchange site as "not broken anymore," the White House has tossed the ball to Magic Johnson and Alonzo Mourning in new ads touting health insurance.
Many people have expressed frustration over the problems with HealthCare.gov, but this Ohio man never gave up. After thousands of attempts, he finally signed up for his health insurance.
Steve Handelsman reports on ER visits and birth control controversy with the Affordable Care Act.
Melissa Mollet reports on the major sections of the President's Affordable Care Act go into effect Wednesday.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has temporarily blocked a portion of the Affordable Health Care Act, which would have required some religious organizations to provide birth control coverage.
From the government shutdown to crack-smoking mayor of Toronto Rob Ford, the late-night comics (and Saturday Night Live) covered it all. Take a look at our favorite jokes from 2013, then vote for yours at opinion.usatoday.com.
Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News, reports on the Affordable Care Act extension.
Brian Moore reports on the approval rating for the Affordable Care Act.
The late-night comics talk about the latest defense of Obamacare and fixes to its website. Vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
Karen Travers reports on the HealthCare.Gov website, which is now working.
Steve Handelsman reports on President Obama, who says the Affordable Care Act is now working.
Jacob Long reports on how quickly you can find a coverage plan.
President Obama spoke at the White House today, addressing the status of the Affordable Care Act. He called out his main critics, challenging them to offer actual alternatives, instead of campaigning for a return to "the status quo."
Steve Handelsman reports on the HealthCare.Gov website issues.
Daniel Leigh reports on the set backs in the Affordable Care Act website.
Steve Handelsman reports on birth control ruled the Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act has been touted as a boon to America's self-employed. That includes the independent contractors, namely sex workers, at Nevada's famous Moonlight Bunny Ranch.
Steve Handelsman reports on the developments of the new challenges to the HealthCare.Gov website.
Keitha Nelson speaks with Joyce Case about the affordable care act.
Steve Handelsman reports on how the website needs to be fixed by December or a political disaster may get even worse.
Nearly 40 House Democrats voted for a GOP proposal to allow insurers to continue offering health care plans to new and existing customers through next year, even if the plans don't meet new federal requirements.
Agent Lynn Schreder discusses new health insurance options for people considering retirement before reaching age 65.
KSDK explains that just because President Obama says insurance companies can once again offer certain policy they had to cancel, that doesn't mean they will offer them again.
Steve Handelsman reports on the President's comments on the Affordable Care Act.
President Obama announced Thursday that insurers will be able to offer plans that were previously canceled due to the Affordable Care Act, for one more year.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle react to low numbers of enrollments for the Affordable Care Act. The bottom-line number on HealthCare.gov didn't even meet the lowest of expectations: 26,794.
Bill Clinton and Dick Cheney have finally agreed on something. In recent interviews, both men expressed their concern with the president's broken promise on the new healthcare plan.
Steve Handelsman reports on the numbers that have signed up for the Affordable Care Act.
Steve Handelsman reports on the new ruling on mandating mental health coverage.
A look at the week that was in the Affordable Care Act saga.
A Buffalo Medical Group doctor and health administrator explains how the Affordable Care Act will change the way patients see their doctors.
Steve Handelsman reports on the White House's announcement of a plan to help people whose current insurance coverage is being cancelled transition to the Affordable Care Act.
What do the FAA, Halloween and Obamacare have to do with one another? The late-night comics have figured it out. Take a look at Punchlines, then vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
Experts say the Affordable Care Act's success rests on whether or not enough young people sign up.
Some small businesses are changing their approach to health care well before the Affordable Care Act takes effect for them.
President Obama spoke to a group of supporters in Boston Wednesday and reiterated his frustration over the failed healthcare.gov website.
Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius apologized Wednesday for the problems with HealthCare.gov, but it wasn't enough to appease lawmakers who have been hearing complaints from their constituents for weeks.
What's the latest news from the White House? President Obama's Facebook and Twitter accounts have been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army. Find out what the comics said about this and more. Vote for your favorite at opinion.usatoday.com.
Millions of Americans are opening letters from their health insurance companies, informing them that their plans have been terminated due to the Affordable Care Act, but some experts believe health care coverage will get better going forward.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius apologized for the "miserably frustrating experience" many have had with HealthCare.gov since its rollout. She said Americans deserve better and promised to fix the problems.
The head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services apologized Tuesday for problems with HealthCare.gov. Marilyn Tavenner told the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee that the issues are being addressed and will be fixed.
The Obamacare site is still problematic, Dick Cheney has written a new book and NSA is in hot water, again! Take a look at what Saturday Night Live players and late-night comics had to say, then vote for your favorite joke at opinion.usatoday.com.
A group of Republican congressmen are calling for Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to resign. She says the group is made up of people who don't want the Affordable Care Act to work.
Steve Handelsman reports on the latest information regarding the HealthCare.Gov rollout.
The face of Obama’s healthcare plan isn’t the president himself, it’s a woman. But who is she?
The federal government did plan for some trouble, paying for thousands of specially trained guides called navigators to help people negotiate the treacherous waters of health insurance.
Tracie Potts reports on the experts that are called in to fix HealthCare.Gov website.
Jeff Zients, who's been named President Barack Obama's next top economic adviser, will help clean up the jammed health insurance marketplaces, the administration said Tuesday.
President Obama spoke about the glitches still plaguing Obamacare. Take a look at what the late-night comics had to say about it, then vote for your favorite at opinion.usatoday.com.
You might think that a website needed to help over 40 million people would be ready to accommodate those 40 million people. Apparently, it's a little more complicated than that.
President Barack Obama publicly acknowledged on Monday that the new health care law's website "hasn't worked as smoothly as it was supposed to work."
About 300,000 people are uninsured on the First Coast. If they tried to enroll on the federal marketplace website there's a good possibility that they ran into a glitch or two.
President Barack Obama addressed glitches in signing up for the new Affordable Care Act. He said the administration is working to fix all the problems, but reminded the public that the law is much more than one website.
The Senate's top two leaders announced a bipartisan deal Wednesday to reopen the federal government after a 16-day partial shutdown and avert an unprecedented debt default.