President Barack Obama
One Oregon mother says that she is unable to afford health insurance for her and her 18-month-old son because it’s too expensive.
Ore. Obamacare Exchange Official Resigns For ‘Personal Reasons’ As State Insurance Enrollment Website Still Doesn’t Work
A senior state manager who oversaw most of the development of Oregon’s struggling health insurance exchange resigned Thursday as developers continue trying to find some way get the online enrollment system to work.
Less than a year from now, voters head to the polls for the 2014 midterm elections.
The U.S. Department of Energy said Thursday that it has awarded an Oregon company a grant to help it design and obtain federal approval for a kind of nuclear power plant – small modular units that can be built in a factory and shipped to installation sites.
President Barack Obama is blending an aggressive fundraising schedule for Democrats with a pitch for overhauling the nation’s immigration laws, mixing a powerful issue within his party with the inevitable financial draw of an incumbent president.
Money, star power and Hollywood awaited President Barack Obama on a West Coast swing featuring a bit of official business, but mostly fundraising for a Democratic Party eager to go on offense after a politically debilitating two months.
Air Force One has arrived at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, right on time for President Barack Obama to head off to two private Democratic Party events on Sunday evening.
President Barack Obama has signed a disaster declaration allowing 14 South Dakota counties and two American Indian reservations to get federal financial help to recover from the early October blizzard that closed roads, downed power lines and killed thousands of livestock, Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Friday.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is among the political leaders who will be part of President Barack Obama’s task force on climate issues.
A month after Oregon’s problem-plagued online health insurance marketplace has failed to enroll a single person, concerns are mounting that some of the most vulnerable Oregonians may face a break in coverage if they don’t enroll within the next month and a half.