After Wednesday's oral arguments, it looks like the Supreme Court could go either way in the momentous King v. Burwell case with Chief Justice John Roberts casting the deciding vote.
Members of FantasySCOTUS are now predicting the U.S. Supreme Court will rule 6-3 in favor of the federal government in King v. Burwell just days after predicting the reverse.
Justice Anthony Kennedy raised the hopes of the Affordable Care Act's supporters Wednesday by expressing doubts about the premise of the latest legal broadside against the law to reach the U.S. Supreme Court. But plenty of other signals suggested the court could rule either way.
Politicians, providers and activists gathered Wednesday morning on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court to voice their hopes for how the justices will vote after hearing oral arguments in a case that could unravel the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is expressing surprising skepticism about the challengers' arguments in the King v. Burwell case case, according to live blogging reports.
A victory for the petitioners in King v. Burwell will not return the healthcare insurance marketplace to the pre-Affordable Care Act status quo.
A leading House Republican claimed Thursday that he's been told of a 100-page document showing the Obama administration is preparing contingency plans in case the Supreme Court invalidates subsidies that help millions of Americans afford healthcare coverage.
More than half of people who signed up for health insurance through a state exchange or the federal HealthCare.gov website have to repay a portion of their premium subsidy, according to an analysis by H&R Block.
President Barack Obama's health secretary told Congress Tuesday that she has no administrative actions available to fix the "massive damage to our healthcare system" that would result should the Supreme Court invalidate federal subsidies that help millions of Americans buy healthcare coverage.
The Treasury Department says it is offering a reprieve for some taxpayers affected by healthcare law errors.
A special enrollment period will begin March 15 and end April 30 to help consumers avoid tax penalties for not obtaining health insurance coverage this year, the CMS announced.
The official sign-up season for the Affordable Care Act may be over, but leading congressional Democrats say millions of Americans facing new tax penalties deserve a second chance.