Despite Obamacare's financial struggles, media coverage of the GOP's attempts to remedy health care is largely negative.
A whistleblower who says she was paid by the federal government to do nothing went 'On the Record' tonight.
The White House says there is a surge in traffic to HealthCare.gov amid today’s deadline to sign up for ObamaCare. Health and Human Services reports that more than six million people have signed up as of March 27 and the government expects to reach its original goal of seven million enrollees by the end of today.
A report says that healthcare.gov can’t fix enrollment errors just yet.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) is warning HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that she could face a perjury investigation for her Oct. 30 testimony to Congress about the problems with the launch of ObamaCare.
ObamaCare architect Ezekiel Emanuel defended the president’s health care law today on Fox News Sunday.
Fox News has obtained evidence showing the White House expressed “fear” over the ObamaCare website days before the disastrous rollout.
As Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius made an appearance at an ObamaCare event in Florida, Healthcare.gov crashed! Sebelius looked on awkwardly as an event attendee said, “It’s okay, it’ll come back. That happens every day.”
White hat hacker David Kennedy and three others all testified on Congress that HealthCare.gov is not secure.
There are new revelations this morning that call into question when the White House knew about the potential problems with healthcare.gov. The Obama administration was evidently warned in March and April about potential risks with the implementation of HealthCare.gov, according to documents released by the House Energy and Commerce Committee Monday night.
Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly took on the architect of ObamaCare, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, for the second time.
For weeks we've been hearing about a malfunctioning website that virtually no one has been able to access. But what you haven’t heard much about is the dark side, the underbelly of HealthCare.gov.