WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's top health care official told Congress on Wednesday that she's responsible for the "debacle" of cascading technical problems that overwhelmed a government website intended to make shopping for health insurance clear and simple.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly a month into the health care rollout and no end in sight to computer problems, the Obama administration says it's finally getting someone outside the government to take the lead.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A Montana State University Billings poll found that nearly 57 percent of Montanans oppose the Affordable Care Act, but 69 percent opposed shutting down the government as a way to defund it.
While President Barack Obama gave a speech about the health care sign-up problems on healthcare.gov, a woman directly behind the president began to wobble and nearly faint causing a slight interruption in the speech. Some are calling the event a set-up while others are defending it as what it appeared to be. What do you think?
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