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  • White House seeks to tighten gun background checks on mentally ill

    White House seeks to tighten gun background checks on mentally ill
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Friday unveiled two measures to bring more mental health records into the federal background check system for gun purchases, the first new proposals on firearms violence since a spate of gun control bills...
  • EHealth CEO to Obama: Let us take over healthcare.gov

    EHealth Inc., the nation's largest online seller of health insurance, is offering to run Obamacare enrollment for the federal government while the balky healthcare.gov website is being fixed. Gary Lauer, chief executive of EHealth, said in a letter this...
  • Sebelius says no 'reliable data' on Obamacare signups

    Sebelius says no 'reliable data' on Obamacare signups
    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration has not released the number of Americans who have enrolled in new health insurance plans online because there is not “any reliable data,” Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told...
  • Insurers, White House argue against delaying healthcare deadline

    Insurers, White House argue against delaying healthcare deadline
    WASHINGTON — Even with its health insurance marketplace floundering for the fourth week, the Obama administration is resisting what some Democratic allies contend is the most logical response to the problem: giving consumers more time to sign up....
  • The wages of presidential deception

    By 1968, President Lyndon Baines Johnson was finally done in by his "credibility gap" -- the growing abyss between what he said about, and what was actually happening inside, Vietnam. "Modified limited hangout" and "inoperative" were infamous...
  • Inklings predict the news of 2014

    Inklings predict the news of 2014
    Readers and I are dancing together on that fine line between educated guesses and gut feelings, offering up hunches in bunches about the year ahead in Change of Subject's annual predict-the-news survey. Who will win and who will lose in 2014? What...
  • In California and Washington, scandal spreads, government stumbles on

    In California and Washington, scandal spreads, government stumbles on
    A little tour of political news: In Los Angeles, a former aide to City Councilman Jose Huizar filed a lawsuit alleging that he had harassed and punished her when she refused to provide sexual favors. (Not true, the married councilman said; it was a...
  • Obamacare: Blame insurers for cancellations?

    Obamacare: Blame insurers for cancellations?
    Insurance companies have sent out notices of their plans to cancel policies by the end of the year for hundreds of thousands of Americans who have individual coverage. The companies have blamed mandates for more generous benefits under Obamacare for...
  • Few Obamacare insurance sign-ups on opening day, documents show

    Few Obamacare insurance sign-ups on opening day, documents show
    WASHINGTON - -Just six enrollments occurred on the opening day for www.healthcare.gov, the troubled Obamacare website, according to documents released late Thursday by a House oversight committee. Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista), chairman of the House...
  • Letters: Sebelius on the healthcare hot seat

    Re "Sebelius apologizes for 'debacle,'" Oct. 31 The definition of "accountability," per Webster's dictionary, is the condition of being accountable, liable or responsible. If Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claims to be...
  • Rachel Patron: If hearings are illuminating, keep me in the dark please

     It's the end of November and we are all confused about Obamacare.  So when I heard that Congress will hold hearings  about the why's and when's  of  the computer glitches, I was thrilled. Finally —  EVERYTHING WILL BE ILLUMINATED!  So I tuned...
  • Getting Health Care Kinks Fixed Worth Effort

    "We're not in Kansas anymore," said the smirking congressman from Texas, pleased with his own witlessness. Rep. Joe Barton, a Republican, was addressing Kathleen Sebelius, a former governor of Kansas, now secretary of health and human services, who is...