Oracle, Red Hat join in effort to fix problems crippling Obama's healthcare site
A "Saturday Night Live" parody of Obamacare and the healthcare.gov website got a lot of laughs when SNL's Kate McKinnon portrayed Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius -- but it wasn't too far from the truth.
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Contractors: Obama admin. left little time for testing health care site and made late changes
As Congress on Thursday begins to scrutinize the source of glitches that have plagued Healthcare.gov, many Republicans and Democrats have expressed differing viewpoints about who is to blame.
It was bound to happen: Scammers trying to capitalize on "Obamacare."
Whatever Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell come up with it must pass the House where there's still a take "no prisoners" attitude on the part of the GOP Tea Party brigade and their allies.
DIGITS: Tracking poll shows uninsured remain unclear about health insurance exchanges
Overloaded websites and jammed phone lines frustrated consumers for a second day as they tried to sign up for health insurance under the nation's historic health care overhaul.
Maryland still working on problems with health exchange website
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Health insurance marketplaces struggle to handle surge of customers on first day of enrollment
District of Columbia opens online health exchange, thousands create accounts
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It's a big step forward for the Affordable Care Act and a lot of people have questions. The WTOP Answer Desk is here to help.
How long does it take you to get an appointment with your doctor? If the Affordable Care Act goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, as planned, bringing an estimated 20 million people into the health care system, it could take longer.
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