- Survey: Uninsured rate drops; health law cited Updated: Mar-10-14 7:32 am
- Correction: Health Overhaul-Delaware story Updated: Mar-07-14 4:41 pm
- Illinois Urbana-Champaign adds sex change coverage Updated: Mar-06-14 5:41 pm
- 2-year extension offered for canceled health plans Updated: Mar-05-14 6:28 pm
- House backs bill to delay health care penalty Updated: Mar-05-14 5:19 pm
- EXCHANGE: Family struggles with rare disorder Updated: Mar-05-14 6:17 am
- Health care agency passes $1 trillion milestone Updated: Mar-04-14 5:37 pm
- Ga. House votes for legalizing medical marijuana Updated: Mar-03-14 8:56 pm
- Ga. Senate OKs bill restricting abortion coverage Updated: Mar-03-14 3:32 pm
- What you need to know about March health deadline Updated: Mar-02-14 2:02 pm
- NH Senate ready to take up Medicaid expansion Updated: Mar-01-14 2:40 pm
- 265,000 Kentuckians enrolled in health coverage Updated: Feb-28-14 5:40 pm
- Cuomo proposing out-of-network health coverage Updated: Feb-27-14 5:48 pm
- DC orders insurers to cover sex-change surgery Updated: Feb-27-14 12:29 pm
- HIV patients get temporary reprieve with lawsuit Updated: Feb-25-14 4:25 pm
- Bill would allow Conn. exchange to negotiate Updated: Feb-25-14 1:43 pm
- West Virginia editorial roundup Updated: Feb-25-14 12:17 pm
- Maine bills seek 'narrow' network explanations Updated: Feb-23-14 11:39 am
- Columbus council considers pool staffing changes Updated: Feb-21-14 2:05 pm
- Greek financial crisis tied to worsening health Updated: Feb-20-14 7:09 pm
- Looking for the uninsured? Just hail a taxi driver Updated: Feb-20-14 5:43 pm
- 90-day limit on wait for employer health coverage Updated: Feb-20-14 4:31 pm
- Biden touts health care coverage in Minn. visit Updated: Feb-19-14 5:41 pm
- Westwego employees to pay more for insurance Updated: Feb-18-14 9:18 am
- Va. House, Senate unveil competing budgets Updated: Feb-16-14 6:28 pm
WASHINGTON - With just three weeks left to sign up under President Barack Obama's health care law, a major survey tracking the rollout finds that the uninsured rate keeps going down.
DOVER, Delaware - In a story March 6 about implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Delaware, The Associated Press reported erroneously that only about 20 percent of people who have selected plans in the state's health insurance exchange have actually paid premiums. The 20 percent figure cited by a Department of Insurance analyst is an estimate of those who have not paid premiums.
URBANA, Illinois - University of Illinois trustees voted Thursday to add coverage for sex change operations and treatment to the health insurance plan used by many students at the flagship campus.
WASHINGTON - Warding off the specter of election-year health insurance cancellations, the Obama administration Wednesday announced a two-year extension for individual policies that don't meet requirements of the new health care law.
WASHINGTON - The House on Wednesday backed a one-year delay in the penalty that individuals would have to pay for failing to sign up for health insurance, the 50th time Republicans have forced a vote to repeal, gut or change the law championed by President Barack Obama.
WALNUT, Illinois - Jaclyn and Thomas Trujillo's daughter, Kloey, loved school, playing with other children, and participating in a variety of activities. Then, for no apparent reason, everything in the extremely intelligent 5-year-old's once-safe world suddenly changed.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's budget pushes the Health and Human Services budget over $1 trillion for the first time, reflecting an aging population adding to the Medicare rolls, as well as expanded coverage for younger people through the new health law.
ATLANTA - Patients suffering from illnesses including cancer and seizures could take a form of medical marijuana under a plan that Georgia's state legislators backed Monday ahead of an important deadline that sorts out which bills go forward and which will likely fail for the year.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Senate has voted to approve a bill restricting abortion coverage in plans available through the state health insurance exchange.
WASHINGTON - Sick of hearing about the health care law?
CONCORD, New Hampshire - The state Senate is set to take up a bipartisan agreement to use federal Medicaid money to buy private health insurance for an estimated 50,000 poor New Hampshire adults.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - Nearly 265,000 Kentuckians are now enrolled in health coverage through Kentucky's online health care exchange program.
ALBANY, New York - The Cuomo administration has proposed extending out-of-network coverage requirements for emergencies and specialists to all health insurers in New York in what it says is an effort to protect consumers from big surprise medical bills.
WASHINGTON - Insurance companies in the District of Columbia have been ordered to stop denying coverage to transgender residents seeking gender-reassignment surgery.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - A federal judge received assurances Tuesday that three insurance companies won't immediately stop accepting premium payments from a program that helps HIV and AIDS patients cover health care costs.
HARTFORD, Connecticut - A legislative committee wants to delay for a year when the state's insurance marketplace, Access Health CT, could begin negotiating prices with the insurance companies selling products through the exchange.
Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers:
AUGUSTA, Maine - When Roberta Lane went to her local hospital emergency room, where the doctors she's seen for years practice, she was shocked to find out her insurance wouldn't cover treatment.
COLUMBUS, Nebraska - The Columbus City Council has decided to extend health insurance coverage to pool staffers and maintain morning hours at the Columbus Aquatic Center, despite the costs.
LONDON - Researchers say they have found new evidence that Greece's financial crisis is taking a toll on the health of its citizens, including rising rates of HIV, tuberculosis, depression and even infant deaths.
CHICAGO - Like most taxi drivers, Sebti Boukarit doesn't have health insurance. And because he works up to 12 hours a day, six days a week, he hasn't had much time to sign up under the nation's new health care law.
WASHINGTON - Employers can't make new hires wait more than 90 days for coverage in the company's health care plan.
MINNEAPOLIS - Vice President Joe Biden is visiting a Minneapolis coffee shop, where he met with a handful of women who got insurance under the federal health care law.
WESTWEGO, Louisiana - Westwego and its municipal employees will pay more for health insurance coverage this year under a new plan approved by the city council.
RICHMOND, Virginia - The Virginia House and Senate unveiled budget proposals Sunday with competing views on whether to accept federal funds to provide health insurance to low-income Virginians.