Planned Parenthood president on GOP plan to cut funding, being singled out

One part of the GOP proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would cut federal funding for any organization that provides abortions, with a few exceptions. The provision would essentially defund Planned Parenthood if it continues providing abortion services. Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the federal money is used now and why she thinks the proposed policy is a "war on women's healthcare."

Obamacare open enrollment begins as rates spike

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act begins today. Problems with the law and insurers pulling out of markets mean consumers could face significant rate hikes in some parts of the country. Margaret Brennan speaks to Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell and a Tennessee family who will soon be impacted by the price hike.

Aetna opts out of most Obamacare exchanges

Aetna, one of America's largest insurance companies, is scaling back on its participation of Obamacare. The company says it will only sell health insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act in four states. Aetna reported more than $430 million in losses since the exchanges opened in January of 2014. Jan Crawford reports.

Cleveland Clinic CEO on Obamacare, reducing healthcare costs

With more than 43,000 people, the world-famous Cleveland Clinic is the city's largest employer. It has been ranked America's No. 1 heart hospital for 21 straight years, and overall, it is among the nation's five best hospitals. Cleveland Clinic CEO Dr. Toby Cosgrove, a cardiac surgeon and decorated war veteran who joined the hospital 41 years ago, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Obamacare and how to bring the cost of healthcare down.