The Healthcare.gov website has been plagued with problems since the October 1 launch.
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From duck penis studies to maintaining buildings the government no longer uses, Coburn details more than $30 billion in 2013 waste
"They stole all my stuff and used taxpayer money to do it," John Hnatio, a Maryland small business owner, says of the U.S. government.
WASHINGTON -- The General Motors bailout may have cost the government $10 billion, but GM CEO Dan Akerson rejects any suggestion that the company should compensate for the losses.
On a recent trip to Miami, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius admitted that, yes, some people will be paying more for health insurance under Obamacare
Just last week, my wife, Kris, tried to sign up on the health exchange website that’s available to us.
The media is now reporting that the White House delayed major environmental regulations until after the 2012 elections. This is all well and good, except that Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Inhofe made the very same findings more than one year ago.
The Obama administration decided that Obamacare Navigators, tasked with helping Americans enroll in a health insurance plan, would not undergo mandatory background checks. Now, in the ten weeks since the launch of Healthcare.gov, the ill-trained Navigators have put Americans' sensitive health and tax information at risk.
House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan on Sunday defended his compromise budget deal that avoids another potential government shutdown but suggested congressional Republicans will be more demanding of Democrats during the upcoming debit-limit talks.
As America heads down a similar path of a government take over of its healthcare system, Britain's state-run healthcare service has been slowly cutting costs resulting in 40 percent of the nation's elderly patients losing services.
WH's $100M mental health pledge may not buy much- DR. KEITH ABLOW: Year after Newtown, mental health system still a mess
What does $100 million buy in mental health care across the country? Turns out, not much.
The Senate Finance Committee will release a new tax reform policy draft before the end of next week, the committee’s chairman told POLITICO yesterday.
A presidential review panel tasked with examining National Security Agency operations has reportedly drafted a series of proposals that would overhaul the agency's surveillance tactics.