The Obama administration announced Wednesday that health plans that would otherwise be canceled under ObamaCare may now live on for two or even three more years.
An 11-year-old Illinois girl whose cupcake business was closed by local bureaucrats will soon be back in business thanks to donations of appliances and a commercial kitchen.
The federal Jones Act, a 1920 shipping law, is forcing the Northeast to import expensive foreign propane for heating homes and preventing New Jersey from getting salt it needs to keep its roads clear.
ObamaCare will result in a loss of about 2.5 million jobs by 2024, mostly because of the law's disincentives to work, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office.
An 11-year-old Illinois girl's cupcake business was shut down by the local health department for failure to get a permit and build a separate kitchen.
Under ObamaCare, children eligible for government healthcare programs must be covered under those programs and not on family insurance plans bought on an exchange, or families will forfeit their insurance subsidies.
Hundreds of thousands of Swedes are opting to buy private health insurance to escape the slow, poor-quality care they receive in their government's healthcare system.
Low enrollment by young, healthy people, among other things, suggests that ObamaCare will precipitate a "death spiral" of skyrocketing insurance premiums.
Healthcare.gov is no more secure today than it was when it launched and may actually be getting worse, information-security experts told a House committee.
Last year, federal regulations imposed an additional $112 billion in regulatory costs and 157.9 million paperwork burden hours on Americans, according to a study by the American Action Forum.