Affordable Care Act/Obamacare

Signed into law on March 22, 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, is aimed at providing health care for all Americans. It offers options to citizens who are unable to afford private health coverage or are ineligible for health insurance through their employer and disqualified from public benefits. The act is considered to be the most extensive health care package since Medicaid and Medicare passed in 1965. In addition, this highly controversial law requires all citizens to have coverage by January 1, 2014 or face financial penalty.  (Photo: REUTERS/Jonathan Alcorn)

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Obamacare Turns Five: How Far the Law Has Come

Millions more Americans now have affordable health care.

Poll: Public Unaware Obama's Health Law Is Again in Jeopardy

The court could invalidate subsidies in some states.

National Urban League Report Says Black America Is Still in Crisis

The annual report compares equality of whites, Blacks and Latinos.

AP Explains: Supreme Court Case Against Obama's Health Law

The government subsidies are what make health care plans affordable.

BET Wire: GOP Throws Sharpton, de Blasio Fifty Shades of Diss

Americans disapprove of how President Obama's handling ISIS, Attorney General Eric Holder opposes the death penalty; Republicans made a really creepy ad about New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Rev. Al Sharpton – and more.

Dinesh D'Souza Lashes Out at Obama in Racially Charged Tweet

Conservative is offended by POTUS's use of the selfie stick.
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