In congressional testimony, representatives of the companies hired to build healthcare.gov said the White House didn’t give them enough time to fix errors
Government contractors responsible for designing the health care reform website faced bipartisan scorn from members of Congress Thursday morning, at the start of a hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
The main contractors behing HealthCare.gov say the Obama Administration shares some of the blame for the troubled rollout
Nearly 20 million Americans have now experienced the broken Obamacare website first hand. But Ben Simo, a past president of the Association for Software Testing, found something more than a cumbersome login or a blank …
After a Wednesday morning meeting with two Obama Administration officials involved in the new online health insurance marketplace, House Democrats could not specifically identify the site’s problems, much less explain how long …
In an interview with CNN’s Sanjay Gupta, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius offered platitudes but few answers on what’s wrong with HealthCare.gov
The U.S. Solicitor General filed three responses to anti-Obamacare petitions before the Supreme Court Monday night, SCOTUSBlog reports. That opens the door to a decision by the court, likely in the next month, to grant cert to …
The telecom giant has been asked by the Dept. of Health and Human Services to improve the HealthCare.gov website
New polls suggest it’s not just tech glitches endangering the health-reform law, but also a crisis of confidence
The President on Monday tried to reassure Americans that his health-reform promises would still be fulfilled
Whenever a President of the U.S. stops believing his own spin, the people should take notice
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer jumped into the Obamacare debate when he suggested that the White House should have considered delaying the rollout of health care exchanges.
They have one month