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  • Is Obamacare challenging enough yet for Obama?

    Two statements explain the huge failure of Obamacare. One is by President Barack Obama, the other is about him. The first was made in St. Paul, Minn., at the end of the 2008 primary campaign, when candidate Obama predicted that generations would look...
  • Small businesses eye Obamacare rollout warily

    Small businesses eye Obamacare rollout warily
    Drew Greenblatt has bought health insurance for his 29 employees at Marlin Steel Wire Products for more than a decade — an expense he believes is essential for any safety-conscious manufacturing firm. But for Greenblatt, who has owned the...
  • Paul Greenberg: Can this presidency be saved?

    Everybody knows this president is in political trouble, even the president himself. For he faces a growing crisis of confidence, and it's got his name all over it: Obamacare. Day after day, Barack Obama's "signature achievement" begins to look like his...
  • Dozens of House Democrats back Republican healthcare bill

    WASHINGTON — Dealing a blow to President Obama’s effort to fix problems with his healthcare law, more than three dozen House Democrats voted Friday to support a Republican-sponsored bill to address the crisis, brushing aside White House...
  • Obama's healthcare fix may not be enough to calm Democrats

    Obama's healthcare fix may not be enough to calm Democrats
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama’s plan to allow insurance companies to continue offering canceled policies may not be enough to quell the uprising among Democrats on Capitol Hill and did little to reverse the continued Republican opposition. As...
  • Obamacare enrollments far below targets

    Obamacare enrollments far below targets
    WASHINGTON — Newly released figures show enrollments for coverage under President Obama's healthcare plan fell far below official projections, underscoring the damage inflicted by the botched rollout and further endangering the administration's...
  • Official won't commit to meeting deadline for health website fix

    Official won't commit to meeting deadline for health website fix
    WASHINGTON – A top administration official Wednesday stopped short of guaranteeing that technical issues with the new healthcare website would be largely resolved by the president’s Nov. 30 deadline, heightening Democrats’ concerns about...
  • Obamacare issues follow president on the road

    President Obama is trying to break out of the cycle of bad news about healthcare by switching the conversation to the economy Friday. But on a trip to Louisiana, the frustration among his fellow Democrats is traveling with him. Louisiana Sen. Mary...
  • White House seeks quick fix to health policy cancellations

    White House seeks quick fix to health policy cancellations
    NEW ORLEANS — Administration officials scrambled Friday to find a quick fix to a problem President Obama said would never come about — millions of insurance policies canceled for people who have health plans they want to keep. But as the...
  • Obamacare insurance cancellations: Readers aren't buying it

    The Times' editorial Friday about insurance policy cancellations struck a nerve with many readers, who objected both to what it said and what it didn't say. On the latter front, the editorial board wrote that President Obama "overpromised" when he...
  • Democrats scramble to cancel insurance cancellations

    One of the arguments made for the 2010 healthcare law was that it attacked the problem of underinsurance -- the threadbare policies that offered such poor coverage, they allowed millions of Americans to be bankrupted by medical bills. Now, however,...