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Do No Harm
Healthcare.gov Subjected to Utterly Unsexy Hack
Lawmakers are still pretty upset about it.
The Worst-Case Scenario for Obamacare
A widening disparity between red-state and blue-state health care could undermine the law’s long-term viability.
Obamacare Enrollments Expected to Hit Original 7 Million Target
Despite all the website glitches.
Obamacare Enrollment Deadline Extended, Essentially for Anyone Who Asks
They’ll be granted based on the honor system.
After Enrollment Surge, Administration Is Only 1 Million Short of Obamacare Goal
Zach Galifianakis was way more helpful than the Doge meme.
Now If You Like Your Health Plan, You Can Keep It Though 2016
Coincidentally, well after the midterms.
Obamacare Enrollment Was Better Than Expected Last Month
For the first time.
Obamacare Employer Mandate Gets Another Extension
Republicans updated their objections for the Olympics.
Fewer Young Americans Enroll in Obamacare, But ‘Death Spiral’ Is Unlikely
Premiums could go up, but not enough to cripple the system.
Insurers Rush to Complete Obamacare Enrollments
Obamcare is still experiencing some technical difficulties.
Individual Mandate Delayed for People Whose Plans Were Canceled
The rules are tweaked again.
Blame Obama for Latest Round of Mom’s Nagging
Celebrate Christmas with a family debate about your health coverage.
White House Plans to Pitch Obamacare Again
Reviving the “it’s more than a website” theme.
White House Says Healthcare.gov Should Work Now
About 90 percent of the time, anyway.
Healthcare.gov Is Sort of Fixed, As Long As Everybody Doesn’t Sign On at Once
Mission (technically) accomplished!
2015 Obamacare Enrollment Will Be Delayed Until Just After the Midterms
Surely that’s just a coincidence.
Obama Suggests GOP Deserves Some Blame for Botched Health-Care Rollout
They’re “invested in failure.”
HealthCare.gov Probably Won’t Be Fixed by the White House’s Deadline
Phone and paper applications aren’t working well either.
50,000 Used Healthcare.gov, Way Under Target
At least it’s above single digits.
Obamacare’s First Day Was Worse Than Anyone Thought
Only six people managed to enroll.
New York Insurance Navigators Included a Car Service, Cupcake Maker
First draft of service providers went live, apparently.
Obamacare Penalty Delayed Just a Little Bit
An aftermarket tweak.
White House Is Tweaking Obamacare, Not Delaying It
But “aligning” deadlines doesn’t sound as dramatic.
Obamacare Individual Mandate May Be Delayed
By as much six weeks, according to reports.
matt zoller seitz
Snap Judgments on the New NBC Shows
TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz takes a look at next season’s NBC lineup.
Phylicia Rashad Returning to TV
Never leave us, Clair Huxtable.