Starting in mid-January, people will be able to get the cost of at-home COVID-19 tests reimbursed by their private health insurance.
The health plans also include expanded mental health coverage and opioid alternatives for pain management.
Incomes rose and poverty fell thanks in large part to stimulus payments Congress approved last year, while health insurance levels held steady.
Federal unemployment benefits cut off Sept. 6. By the end of the month, health insurance benefits for unemployed end too.
That's a win -- and it's probably because of government action.
A special open-enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act ends Sunday. Here's what you need to know.
A big reason is the temporary boost to Affordable Care Act subsidies that Biden and Democrats want to make permanent.
The "Last Week Tonight" host looks at health care sharing ministries, which is like health insurance, except it's not.
The decision saves insurance for 31 million and Affordable Care Act protections for preexisting conditions.
The record high enrollment highlights the Affordable Care Act's contribution, even as its survival depends on an imminent Supreme Court ruling.