.
October 22nd, 2013
12:58 AM ET

Obamacare: Who pays more? Who pays less?

President Obama says no one is more frustrated than him about the problems with the Affordable Care Act website. A House committee announced today it will begin hearings this week on what went wrong, and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is expected to testify next week. When the President touts his plan, he often talks about people with pre-existing conditions who will save money. But what about other Americans? 360's Drew Griffin takes a closer look.
Anderson discussed all of this with Democratic strategist and pollster Cornell Belcher and GOP Strategist Kevin Madden. Cornell challenged Drew on his report.

 

Post by:
Filed under: Cornell Belcher • Drew Griffin • Obamacare
October 16th, 2013
11:58 PM ET

How severe are the Obamacare web site glitches?

The government's website where people sign up for health care exchanges under Obamacare launched the same day the government shut down. It has been plagued with major glitches, and even Obamacare supporters call it a mess.  The White House has repeatedly refused to tell us how many people have signed up for insurance through the website. It is now day 16, and we're still waiting for numbers. 360's Drew Griffin has the story.


Filed under: Drew Griffin • Government Shutdown • Obamacare
October 15th, 2013
12:01 AM ET

Keeping Them Honest: Obamacare Debacle

The Obamacare website is hard to navigate and the White House has yet to publicly release any numbers. CNN's Drew Griffin keeps them honest.

Post by:
Filed under: Drew Griffin • Keeping Them Honest • Obamacare
October 11th, 2013
12:59 AM ET

Obamacare website woes

It is meant to be the first stop for millions of Americans signing up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act. But many are finding the Obamacare web site is plagued by glitches and software problems. On top of that, the administration is not yet releasing numbers on how many people enrolled through the site. MIT economist Jonathan Gruber is an architect of both Obamacare and, in Massachusetts, Romneycare.


Filed under: AC360 Later • Obamacare
October 11th, 2013
12:48 AM ET

Obamacare web site needs first aid

If you have tried to log-on to register for coverage under Obamacare, chances are you have experienced slow connection speeds and error messages that prevent you from enrolling.  Analysts blame poorly written code and out-of-date applications. The Obama Administration is not releasing number on how many Americans successfully registered through the site CNN's Brian Todd takes a closer look.

Post by:
Filed under: Obamacare
October 10th, 2013
01:35 AM ET

Web Exclusive: Obamacare’s web site crash

The government shutdown cannot stop Obamacare from moving forward. But technical glitches and online errors are stopping plenty of Americans from signing up for coverage. After years of political infighting over the Affordable Care Act, many are questioning why the government wasn't better prepared? Anderson spoke with Slate columnist David Auerbach.


Filed under: Obamacare • Web Exclusive
newer posts »