Many people have questions about how the health exchange works and who can shop for coverage.
The Obama administration is trying to lower expectations for strong initial enrollments under the president's historic expansion of health coverage for the medically uninsured.
As the state aggressively seeks to enroll 1 million uninsured over the next three years, they are looking to grow the insured ranks through young, single people and older workers who either work part-time or have been laid off.
The web site New York created to help uninsured state residents find coverage under the Affordable Care Act is operating without significant problems, in contrast to the trouble-plagued federal web site serving 36 other states.
Nearly 174,000 New Yorkers have applied for health insurance through the state's new exchange program, and 37,030 have fully enrolled, the state Health Department said Wednesday.
New York's health exchange has signed up nearly 134,000 New Yorkers since it opened Oct. 1, the Health Department said Friday.
More than 40,000 New Yorkers signed up for insurance under the state's health exchange in its first week, the state Health Department said Tuesday.
The federal government's strategy for making health coverage "affordable'' next year for middle-income Americans largely depends on a new federal tax credit.
Though the government shutdown over defunding Obamacare isn't improving in Washington, the New York Health Department says new online marketplace to buy the health insurance is.
The home-page message has been a constant since New York's website opened Tuesday: "The health exchange is currently having log in issues."
Don't wait. But don't hurry either.
2 On Your Side asked Financial Advisor Joe Curatolo with Georgetown Capital, who has been studying the law, his thoughts on that.
President Barack Obama is hailing a "historic day" for uninsured Americans who now can purchase health care coverage through new insurance exchanges.
Error messages on the Internet and an automated response on a hotline slowed New York residents seeking to shop for the health insurance on the first day of the state's exchange program.
Looking for information on the Affordable Health Care Act? You'll find a lot of answers here.
There will be glitches when the major provisions of the Affordable Care Act are implemented starting Oct. 1. Huge glitches. Many glitches. Bet on it.
Americans who don't have insurance through their employers can find a plan through online exchanges.
Sen. Ted Cruz's 21-hour talkathon and President Obama's join appearance with former president Clinton will keep FactCheck.org busy for a while, but so far they've seen their share of false, misleading and not-quite-right statements.
The now hatched goslings have left the nest with their mother goose. It was protected by a watchful deer.
"Pole Position Raceway" announced Wednesday that it is opening a indoor track at the Galleria this fall.
There is a simple device you can get for under fifty bucks that could help keep your family safe.
Pro-life groups and women's rights activists in New York are battling over the controversial Reproductive Health Act, which critics say would expand abortion rights and supporters argue would largely codify existing federal laws.
We bought the Forever Fragrant Fresh Sticks, available online for $10 plus shipping and handling. The product promises to eliminate odors for two years.
A non-profit organization in Albany has compiled a searchable database that gives the salaries of all public school employees in the state.
The popular national fast-food chain plans to open up a restaurant on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo near Home Depot and Aldi's.
Some believe numbers reflect that elderly drivers pose no more danger, in some cases less, than those in other age groups.
Everyone it seemed had an opinion, or had come to a conclusion, about what had caused the girls' illness.
Tonight is the big night! How are you going to ring in the year 2012? From downtown Buffalo to Niagara Falls, Western New Yorkers are getting ready and counting down.