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Blame-Game Lessons From the Last Government Shutdown
Responsibility can be pinned on one party if there’s evidence to support it — but the effect may be ephemeral.
Heathcare.gov to Go Down for Maintenance During Obamacare Enrollment Period
At a minimum, it’s negligent. But also could be the Trump administration’s latest attempt to sabotage Obamacare.
Healthcare.gov Subjected to Utterly Unsexy Hack
Lawmakers are still pretty upset about it.
What Silicon Valley Doesn’t Get About Government Tech
Fixing infrastructure is risky business.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Resigns [Updated]
After overseeing the buggy rollout of healthcare.gov.
Obamacare Reached Its (Revised) Enrollment Goal
More than 6 million sign-ups.
Blame Obama for Latest Round of Mom’s Nagging
Celebrate Christmas with a family debate about your health coverage.
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Adam Levine Brings You Sexiest Health-Care Alive
He’s prepared for this his whole life.
Healthcare.gov Seems to Be Working Now
There were about 29,000 enrollments in two days, more than during all of October.
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!
Healthcare.gov Couldn’t Handle 500 Visitors
Yes, it was really broken.
Everything We Now Know About Adriana, the Obamacare Woman
She speaks, and is not happy.
HealthCare.gov Probably Won’t Be Fixed by the White House’s Deadline
Phone and paper applications aren’t working well either.
As Healthcare.gov Falters, Silicon Valley Cringes
The government’s tech debacle is “state-of-the-art incompetence,” according to tech’s peanut gallery.
Obamacare Website Not As Convenient As Online Shopping
First-week traffic stats are here.