“I think it is not possible for me to guarantee that 100 percent of the people 100 percent of the time going on this website will have a perfectly seamless, smooth experience. We're going to have to continue to improve it even after November 30th, December 1st.”
As the president's apology was being aired in an exclusive interview with NBC News on Tuesday, talk was in the air of new legislation in Congress and unspecified steps the president might take on his own.
Scores of cheerful helpers are waiting by phones to help anyone who feels adrift in the CoverOregon process – many offering same-day appointments and most ready to help all those who need it whether or not they may fall within that organization's traditional community.
There is a certain amount of confusion, but making things worse are the deliberate lies that have been told about what some call Obamacare
A new study estimates that consumers purchasing health insurance on the individual market will see little or no increase in their premiums.
Legislators in Oregon's state capitol are working on dozens of bills that will decide exactly what Oregon's health care system will look like in 2014 and beyond.
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling transformed a long-planned Pioneer Square rally from a protest into a celebration.