- The Supreme Court hears arguments on Affordable Care Act requirements forcing religious-affiliated organizations to provide their employees with insurance that includes birth control.
- The Obama administration says that following a December surge more than 1.1 million people have now enrolled for health insurance through the federal government's improved website.
- Saturday'’s the deadline – it’s the last day of November and the day the Obama administration promised its health insurance website would be working smoothly for “the vast majority” of people.
- As the government continues to work on fixing the problems with healthcare.gov., North Carolina's insurance department says 21 companies terminated 184,000 policies by late October.
- White House officials said Thursday a letter going to state insurance commissioners will specify that current plans will not be considered out of compliance with the federal health insurance law next year.
- The administration says fewer than 27,000 people managed to enroll for health insurance last month in the 36 states relying on the problem-filled federal website for President Barack Obama's overhaul.
- A new analysis estimates that nearly 700,000 North Carolina residents will be eligible for tax breaks that cut the cost of buying private health insurance on the new marketplaces run by the federal government.
- Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says she's sorry consumers have wasted so much time dealing with technical problems on the Obama administration's health insurance website.
- With website woes ongoing, the Obama administration Monday granted a six-week extension until March 31 for Americans to sign up for coverage next year and avoid new tax penalties under the president's health care overhaul law.