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.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) filed suit in federal court Monday to overturn the Obama administration’s finding that Congress, despite clear statutory language to the contrary, is exempt from a significant portion of ObamaCare.
A new study finds that expanding Medicaid, the primary means by which ObamaCare insures more Americans, increases the use of emergency rooms and the concomitant cost to taxpayers.
The Obama administration recently exempted from ObamaCare's individual mandate all Americans whose health insurance policies have been cancelled under the law.
Beginning January 1, the manufacture and importation of Thomas Edison's incandescent light bulb will essentially be banned in the United States under a 2007 law.
The Obama administration recently announced that it would essentially be forcing insurance companies to give free coverage to people who have signed up for coverage on an exchange but not yet paid.
Volunteer fire departments across the nation, with the aid of at least one congressman, are fighting to ensure that they are not subjected to ObamaCare's costly employer mandate.
Since 2007, private-sector employment has declined in almost all states, leaving government with an ever-larger share of the labor force, according to a new study.