President Obama launched a three-week public relations blitz Tuesday to tout the benefits of his signature legislation.
"Our poor execution in the first couple months on the website clouded the fact that there are a whole bunch of people who stand to benefit," Obama said. "Now that the website's working for the vast majority of people, we need to make sure that folks refocus on what's at stake here."
But Republicans aren't buying it.
"This bill is fundamentally flawed. It's causing people to lose the doctor of their choice, causing them to lose their health plan and if that isn't enough, they're having to pay much higher prices at the same time," House Speaker John Boehner said at press conference.
So how does this fight end?
OutFront: Democratic Congressman Luis Gutierrez; Republican Congressman Devin Nunes, and CNN's Chief Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash.
The Obama administration is delaying a key portion of the health care website that would've allowed small businesses to enroll online.
Republicans are pouncing on the news.
House Speaker John Boehner calling it "another broken promise and more proof this administration's assurances have no credibility."
OutFront: The National Review's Reihan Salam and Democratic Strategist Chris Kofinis.
CNN analysis shows that some low-income Americans will not receive the Obamacare subsidies that they might be expecting.
It was one of the basic tenets of Obamacare.
Last Spring, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told a congressional subcommittee "Somebody who is making $25,500 would definitely qualify for a subsidy if he or she is purchasing coverage in the individual market."
Brianna Keilar reports for OutFront.
President Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation, Obamacare is still on life support.
New polling shows approval for the president's health care law has tumbled 12 points over the past month alone.
It's success could depend on America's young adults. The very same demographic that helped put President Obama in the White House.
OutFront: Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and Republican strategist Terry Holt.
The Los Angeles Times reports Obamacare enrollment in Kentucky is outpacing estimates.
Senator Rand Paul is OutFront with his take on the Obamacare enrollment numbers.