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  • One year after disaster, Obama administration hasn't fixed healthcare.gov security flaws

    Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services administrator, Marilyn Tavenner, defended healthcare.gov to the House Oversight Committee — noting that no one's personal data has been compromised in a “malicious attack” — before acknowledging the massive security flaws that initially plagued the site.

  • Probe: HealthCare.gov website must boost security

    WASHINGTON (AP) — HealthCare.gov, the health insurance website serving more than 5 million Americans, has significant security flaws that put users' personal information at risk, nonpartisan congressional investigators have concluded. The Government Accountability Office said the Obama...

  • Healthcare.gov got go-ahead despite flaws

    Department of Health and Human Services officials knew of the security risks before launching healthcare.gov, the troubled website for the Obamacare health insurance program.

  • You can't trust Obamacare to keep your details safe

    In July, hackers breached the computer system of the federal healthcare.gov insurance exchange. Officials only discovered the breach in late August.

  • Healthcare.gov was hacked in July

    The hackers, who also upload malicious software, did not see or take any personal data, the Department of Health and Human Services told the Wall Street Journal Thursday.

  • Hackers break into HealthCare.gov

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers successfully breached HealthCare.gov, but no consumer information was taken from the health insurance website that serves more than 5 million Americans, the Obama administration disclosed Thursday. Instead, the hackers installed malicious software that could have been...

  • Court hands White House important win on Obamacare

    The Obama administration scored a major legal victory Thursday before judges wrote a single word.

  • GOP not giving up on Obamacare attacks

    Two months before Election Day, senior Republican strategists working on key Senate campaigns say they intend to continue using the Affordable Care Act to weigh down their Democratic opponents.

  • Tax forms could pose challenge for HealthCare.gov

    WASHINGTON (AP) — If you got health coverage through President Barack Obama's law this year, you'll need a new form from your insurance exchange before you can file your tax return next spring. Some tax professionals are worried that federal and state insurance marketplaces won't be able to get...

  • Democrat fortunes go down as Obamacare drives premiums up: Examiner Editorial

    Obamacare isn't causing quite as much chaos right now in people's lives as it did last October and November during the incompetent launch of Healthcare.gov. The absence of an immediate crisis has prompted smug suggestions from the usual suspects in government, on campus and in the news media to...

  • Marilyn Tavenner's deleted emails pose question: Is the FOIA the law federal officials break most often?

    Marilyn Tavenner, the federal government's top Medicare and Medicaid official, told a subordinate to delete a sensitive email to the Obama White House.

  • Obamacare round two: What could bring unwanted deja vu for the White House

    It's not just the 2014 midterm elections that have the White House on edge, but also the return of open enrollment in Obamacare.

  • Health agency official breaks law by deleting official emails: Examiner Editorial

    As Americans suffered through the early failures of healthcare.gov last October, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform sought answers about who was responsible.



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