House Republicans are pushing for passage of a measure to let insurers keep offering health coverage that falls short of the law's standards, despite a veto threat.
Ted Cruz is joining fellow tea partier Sen. Rand Paul in trying to get a Senate vote on a bill to audit the Federal Reserve by holding up Janet Yellen's nomination to chair the central bank.
More than 59,000 people enrolled for health insurance in Covered California from Oct. 1 through Tuesday in a pace that in the first month outnumbered enrollment in 36 other states combined.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder dismissed reported demands by conservative House Republicans for his impeachment, labeling the efforts as "meaningless partisan" politics and "factually incorrect" allegations.
The White House and U.S. State Department have blocked the release of a key report showing how the U.K. went to war with Iraq, The Independent claims.
Janet Yellen, President Obama's nominee to head the Federal Reserve, said on Thursday she objects to legislation auditing the Fed if it allows Congress to scrutinize and pressure central bankers' deliberations over interest rates and monetary policy.
President Obama on Thursday announced changes to his health care law to give insurance companies the option to keep offering consumers plans that would otherwise be canceled.
President Barack Obama says his administration "fumbled the rollout" of his signature health care law.
President Obama is expected to announce a fix Thursday for Americans losing their health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
In the first month of open enrollment in insurance coverage created under Obamacare, 106,000 Americans were able to select insurance plans through state-based marketplaces -- higher than the number touted by the GOP, but far short of the 500,000 the administration expected.
President Obama's choice to run the Homeland Security Department placed counterterrorism as his third priority during a confirmation hearing Wednesday, saying the first order of business was to fill vacancies at senior levels.
Janet Yellen, President Obama's nominee to run the Federal Reserve, says the economy has regained ground lost to the deep recession, but adds that unemployment remains too high and the Fed is still trying to accelerate the economic recovery.
The Obama administration admitted Wednesday that fewer than 27,000 people signed up in October for private health insurance in the 36 states that neglected to put their own health-insurance exchanges in place.
Senate Republicans blocked yet another woman nominee to a U.S. appeals court, edging Democrats ever closer to making changes to filibuster rules.
U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, an outspoken conservative from South Florida, has called on Speaker John Boehner to put immigration reform back on the table.