Supreme Court

    • Obamacare Could Be On High Court's Docket Again

      The U.S. Supreme Court begins a new term Monday, and justices have been asked to consider several challenges to the Affordable Care Act, including whether subsidies can go to residents of states that rely on the federally run insurance marketplace. Meanwhile, insurers are notifying thousands of consumers of canceled plans, and the new CEO of healthcare.gov says it will become more user-friendly.

      (Daily Report) Oct 03

    • Supreme Court To Hear Idaho Medicaid Rate Case

      The case centers on whether private health care providers can force the state to raise its Medicaid rates because of the rising cost of services.

      (Daily Report) Oct 03

    • First Edition: October 3, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including results of the latest round of Medicare penalties for hospital readmissions and a federal appeals court ruling that could have a major impact on abortion services in Texas.

      (Daily Report) Oct 03

    • Health Exchange's One-Year Mark: Looking Forward, Looking Back

      As of Oct. 1, the health law's online marketplaces have been up and running for a year. News outlets offer status reports on what appears to have gone well, what problems remain as the second open enrollment period approaches and how these factors are playing politically.

      (Daily Report) Oct 02

    • First Edition: October 2, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including progress reports on the health law at its one-year mark.

      (Daily Report) Oct 02

    • Court Dumps Obamacare Lawsuit Brought By Doctors

      A federal appeals court in Chicago tosses a lawsuit challenging the administration's delay of the health law's employer mandate -- a case similar to the one that House Republicans plan to file. Meanwhile, advocates for the drug, device and biotechnology industries raise concerns about the public database set to go live next week, showing how much doctors get from those groups.

      (Daily Report) Sep 23

    • GOP Candidates Explore Middle Move Ahead Of Election

      Democrats, in the meantime, try a new tactic -- talking up their commitment to Social Security and Medicare. Elsewhere, Sens. Kay Hagan and Mark Warner face campaign fights centering largely on the health law.

      (Daily Report) Sep 22

    • First Edition: September 5, 2014

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports of hacker activity at the healthcare.gov health insurance website.

      (Daily Report) Sep 05

    • Viewpoints: Medicaid Expansion Spreading; 'GOP's Woman Problem'

      A selection of opinions and editorials around the country.

      (Daily Report) Sep 02

    • FAQ: Administration’s New Contraception Rules Explained

      Officials, responding to recent Supreme Court actions, are seeking to overcome employers’ religious objections to the birth control coverage mandate.

      (Daily Report) Aug 26