The Affordable Care Act's bumpy October has revealed some things about the law that we didn't know -- or had forgotten. Here's a look at the lay of land.
At a contentious a Congressional hearing Wednesday, the HHS secretary said that enrollment will be low.
States have billions of dollars in unclaimed property. Here’s how to check if you’re owed any of it.
Halloween pranks can lead to vandalism that damages your vehicle. If you have comprehensive coverage you'll be covered.
The Affordable Care Act's technological malfunctions are well-known, and the White House promises they'll be fixed. Meanwhile, there are other ways to sign up for Obamacare.
As the White House struggles to get the Affordable Care Act off the ground, another round of potential trouble awaits when the IRS steps in.
Four sources deeply involved in the Affordable Care Act tell NBC News that 50 to 75 percent of the 14 million consumers who buy their insurance individually can expect to receive a "cancellation" letter or the equivalent over the next year.
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