- Former Mont. legislator named HHS regional head Updated: Dec-04-13 5:11 pm
- Kan. Sen. Roberts visiting with Washburn students Updated: Dec-04-13 5:18 am
- Star Parker: The fatal conceit of Obamacare Updated: Nov-22-13 12:22 pm
- Sebelius doing ACA damage control in Fla. Updated: Nov-19-13 1:43 pm
- Sebelius calls on Walker to expand Medicaid Updated: Nov-15-13 6:47 pm
- Sebelius: Website will be better by end of month Updated: Nov-15-13 3:04 pm
- 1,000-plus have signed up for health care in Va. Updated: Nov-14-13 12:06 pm
- Nearly 10K applied for health insurance in Neb. Updated: Nov-13-13 7:08 pm
- Just 338 Idahoans selected exchange insurance Updated: Nov-13-13 4:53 pm
- Analysis: Kan. gov., Dems waiting for data on cuts Updated: Nov-10-13 11:30 am
- Gingrich touts Kansas Sen. Roberts' experience Updated: Nov-08-13 8:21 pm
- New rule demands parity for mental health coverage Updated: Nov-08-13 6:16 pm
- Canceled policies could be a plus for new markets Updated: Nov-07-13 6:42 pm
- Feds fund 3 new subsidized health centers in Vt. Updated: Nov-07-13 12:19 pm
- Toomey cites Pa. residents losing health insurance Updated: Nov-06-13 5:30 pm
- Health website's security prompts worries Updated: Nov-06-13 2:03 pm
- Hatch to Sebelius: 'Untruthful' on 'Obamacare' Updated: Nov-06-13 10:31 am
- Baucus thinks health care rollout can be fixed Updated: Nov-05-13 12:53 pm
HELENA, Montana - The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says former Montana state Sen. Kim Gillan will head a six-state region for the federal agency.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Sen. Pat Roberts is concluding a two-day, three-city tour of Kansas with a visit to Washburn University in Topeka.
I have lined up my Christmas presents this year for our President, Barack Obama, and for his Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius.
MIAMI - Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said Tuesday that eight of 10 people will be able to use the government's health care website to sign up for insurance by the end of the month .
MILWAUKEE - President Barack Obama's top health care official urged Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Friday to reverse course and accept $10 billion in federal funds to help expand the state's Medicaid program.
DETROIT - President Barack Obama's top health care official said Friday that the number of people wanting to keep insurance policies that were canceled because of the federal health overhaul is fairly small, but they have valid concerns that the administration is addressing.
RICHMOND, Virginia - About 1,000 Virginians enrolled in health plans through the federal and state insurance marketplace during its first month.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Nearly 10,000 Nebraskans have applied for health care coverage through the new federal marketplace, but only 338 had signed up for a plan as of early November, according to federal data released Wednesday.
BOISE, Idaho - Just 338 people selected health coverage via Idaho's insurance exchange during its glitch-plagued first month.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas voters aren't likely to have much definitive data ahead of next year's elections on how well massive income tax cuts championed by Gov. Sam Brownback are stimulating the state's economy.
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas - Newt Gingrich stumped Friday for U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, praising him as a strong conservative and touting his lengthy experience in Congress, even as the veteran Republican from Kansas faces criticism from a primary challenger who says Roberts is a career politician.
WASHINGTON - It's final: Health insurance companies must cover mental illness and substance abuse just as they cover physical diseases.
WASHINGTON - Insurance cancellations are fueling a political backlash against President Barack Obama and Democrats supporting his health care overhaul.
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Vermont's federally qualified health centers, known for providing comprehensive primary care, mental health and dental services to residents, are about to grow in number from eight to 11, thanks to new funding.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey said Wednesday that thousands of Pennsylvanians are contacting his office with complaints about losing their health insurance because of the federal overhaul, while state insurance regulators put the number of people in that situation at more than 200,000.
WASHINGTON - Obama administration officials are facing mounting questions about whether they cut corners on security testing while rushing to meet a self-imposed deadline to launch online health insurance markets.
WASHINGTON - Sen. Orrin Hatch says the Obama administration had been "untruthful" before the health care law's troubled rollout.
HELENA, Montana - After warning months ago that a "train wreck" was coming in implementing the nation's new health care law, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus now says he thinks the rollout can get back on track after a bumbling beginning.