The data is murky, but it sounds a lot more like success than failure.
The right has a new attack on the Affordable Care Act. It's as cynical and misleading as the old ones.
The Affordable Care Act has gotten better press lately, and rightly so. But the news isn't all hunky-dory.
National spending on medical care just fell, relative to the size of the economy. That hasn't happened since Bill Clinton was president.
How to improve a dreary debate
Last year's debate was dreary. This year's doesn't have to be.
Eight predictions for what lies ahead
Almost 1 million people enrolled at healthcare.gov in the last few weeks. Here's what that tells us—and what it doesn't.
Good news: There's extra day to sign up. Bad news: It shows just how hard this is.
But here's how it really works
Republicans and their allies are making a lot of different arguments about what Obamacare is doing to America. It’s hiking premiums! It’s making people lose their doctors! It’s destroying Medicare! But if you listen closely, you’ll discern a common theme—a message aimed squarely at the middle class: Obamacare is taking away your money or health insurance, and giving it to somebody else.
House Speaker John Boehner loves to tell stories about people getting a raw deal from Obamacare. This week, he decided to tell one about himself.