The "Physician Payments Sunshine Act" is part of the Affordable Care Act. Dr. Laurie Glimcher, the dean of Weill Cornell Medical College who is also on the board of the drugmaker Bristol-Myers Squibb, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss the details.
Two federal appeals courts issued conflicting rulings on whether Obamacare can pay for insurance premiums bought on exchanges set up by the federal government. The ultimate ruling will affect millions of Americans enrolled under Obamacare. Jan Crawford reports from the Supreme Court.
Democrats unveiled a bill Wednesday that would reverse the Supreme Court's recent ruling that some companies don't have to follow the Obamacare mandate requiring large firms to help pay for their employees' birth control.
The Supreme Court ruling on birth control and the Affordable Care Act has upset women's rights groups. The case pitted women's rights against religious freedom, and supporters say this is an important victory in protecting religious rights from government interference. Jan Crawford reports.
The Supreme Court is about to release the last two rulings of this year's term, one being the Hobby Lobby case claiming part of President Obama's health care law violates religious beliefs. Jan Crawford reports on the big issues at stake.
President Obama addressed the 2,600 guests in attendance at the 2014 White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday night. The president took shots at the rocky roll-out of Healthcare.gov, the cable news networks and Congress, and did his best Richard Sherman impression.
During remarks on the economy at George Washington University, the vice president took the Republican budget proposal out for a ride, hitting on tax cuts for wealthier Americans, Medicare, Medicaid, education and infrastructure.