As the full breadth of the Healthcare.gov debacle became apparent, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) turned to the architect of the Federal Data Hub to lead the team of contractors to fix the woefully inadequate website that had disastrously launched just weeks before.
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Deadline day for Obamacare’s first customers - Obama: We screwed up health law rollout - Finding Obamacare enrollees on the dance floor
It’s Deadline Day for January coverage in new Obamacare programs, an important final test of the intense December push to add to the nation’s insurance rolls.
'The American people don't believe we have a debt ceiling'
The Monday night deadline for getting Obamacare insurance starting Jan. 1 will test the American public’s interest in coverage under the president’s health law — and the capacity of the recently refurbished website to accommodate a last-minute enrollment surge.
In a rare moment of candor, the Obama administration has acknowledged that the so-called Affordable Care Act is making insurance less affordable for millions of Americans.
The Obama administration, in an 11th-hour change, announced significant exemptions for people who recently lost their insurance coverage and are struggling to get a new plan -- drawing immediate criticism from the insurance industry and Republican lawmakers.
Yesterday the Obama administration suddenly moved to allow hundreds of thousands of people who’ve lost their insurance due to Obamacare to sign up for bare-bone
Health insurers are responding with serious concern to the White House’s abrupt decision Thursday to allow millions of Americans whose health insurance policies have been cancelled to purchase catastrophic plans next year.
In the midst of what is shaping up to be a remarkable winter, liberals are doing their level best to cling to the fiction of human caused global warming. Recently, Neil Bhatiya of the Century Foundation published what he calls “2013’s Four Best Climate Change Stories.” Curiously absent from the article, is any mention of the rapidly evaporating evidence for global warming.