Health Care Reform
November 21 Congress so far has rejected the Obama administration’s attempts to rein in the costs of the military’s health care program.
November 15 Nomination comes in the midst of the president's public defense of the health care reform law.
November 7 Lawmakers have launched efforts, but leadership has yet to back one.
October 25 Issa and Alexander threaten to subpoena details on flailing health care website.
October 24 Oversight committee chairman’s bill would open up FEHBP to all citizens.
October 23 Most Democrats are sticking to the script and emphasizing it is early in the registration process.
October 23 The public expects action on the botched health care rollout.
October 23 Americans still oppose the law, but slightly less than they did in August.
September 24 Employee contributions rise faster than government’s share.
September 10 Legislation would prohibit government from subsidizing cost of congressional health insurance plans on exchanges.
September 6 House lawmaker seeks budget office review of union plans under health care law.
September 4 HHS defends campaign as standard educational outreach.
August 29 The exchanges present a savings for some employers but a rate hike for their employees.
August 20 Defunders try to drum up support on the road as potential allies say 'no.'
July 18 There have been 38 legislative attempts to revoke either all or part of the health care reform law since 2011.
July 17 Safeguards cited as Republicans warn of cyberattacks.
July 3 Employers don't have to offer their workers health insurance until 2015.
May 21 IRS scandal not seen affecting privacy protections in Affordable Care Act.
April 30 Postal Service announces $239 million annual contract with UnitedHealthcare.
April 12 GOP critics challenge the $4 billion hike the department seeks for 2014.