11/20/13 09:47 AM
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Four percent of underground equipment in West Virginia coal mines are fitted with detectors that automatically shut down mobile machinery when people get too close, according to a state survey.
By Brian Hughes | 11/07/13 04:10 PM
The Obama administration on Thursday released a report showing that federal employees who did not work during the government shutdown were paid $2 billion. The Office of Management and Budget report found that government employees were furloughed for a total of 6.6 million days, eclipsing any...
By Philip Klein | 11/05/13 11:41 AM
Last Wednesday, I reported that the federal health insurance exchange website, Healthcare.gov, appeared to be violating White House guidance on web security. But the Department of Health and Human Services has responded that it is not.
By Philip Klein | 10/30/13 07:52 PM
During her testimony Wednesday before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius said that healthcare.gov is operating under a “temporary” order certifying that it met stringent security standards even as testing continues.
By Richard Pollock | 10/30/13 11:12 AM
President Obama promised elite Silicon Valley talent to fix Healthcare.gov, but so far his "tech surge" appears to consist of a handful of White House fellows assigned to the main contractor that designed the troubled website. “If there were tech experts that were flown in from Silicon...
By Brian Hughes | 10/29/13 11:34 AM
The head of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services on Tuesday apologized for the problem-plagued rollout of the federal website for Obamacare's public health exchanges. “I want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should,” CMS Administrator Marilyn...
By Mark Tapscott | 10/28/13 08:41 AM
New questions are being raised about yet another aspect of the secrecy that has shrouded healthcare.gov, the Obamacare program's Internet portal, since its inception.
By Meghashyam Mali | 10/25/13 07:07 PM
President Obama in his weekly address Saturday said he was proud to be a “salesman” for Obamacare despite criticism over the glitch-filled rollout of the law’s insurance exchanges. “Some people have poked fun at me this week for sounding like an insurance salesman. And that’s...
By Philip Klein | 10/25/13 01:42 PM
I just got off a conference call with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services featuring Jeff Zients, the former acting director of the Office of Management and Budget who has been brought in to fix the problems plaguing the rollout of President Obama’s health care law. Here is a quick...
By Brian Hughes | 10/25/13 12:57 PM
The Obama administration vowed Friday that the problem-plagued, federal website handling Obamacare's public health exchanges would be fixed by the end of November. “By the end of November, the vast majority of consumers will be able to smoothly enroll,” former Office of Management and...
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