As the Healthcare.gov website continues to experience widespread problems in signing Americans up for ObamaCare health insurance policies, the criticism is growing louder and louder. Even former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has joined the chorus, saying on MSNBC it is "excruciatingly embarrassing for the White House and for the Department of Health and Human Services."
Betsy McCaughey and Sally Kohn had a spirited debate over ObamaCare on America's News Headquarters.
Alisyn Camerota and Bill Hemmer discussed the ObamaCare technical glitches with Kirsten Powers and Monica Crowley.
In this video, President Obama spoke from the Rose Garden about ObamaCare and the government shutdown.
Mike Tobin reported from Chicago this morning on some Midwest states that are reporting huge premium hikes as ObamaCare takes effect.
ObamaCare health insurance exchanges opened for business this morning, as scheduled, despite the partial government shutdown that went into effect at midnight. It's been a less-than-stellar debut, however, as states report glitches and the federally-run website (healthcare.gov) has been quickly overloaded by huge traffic from Americans wanting to sign up.
We're two weeks away from the launch of ObamaCare, and a new Fox News poll shows that many Americans have their concerns and doubts about how the new health care system will operate.