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  • Obamacare execs grilled over Healthcare.gov at House hearing

    WASHINGTON -- Developers of the problematic Obamacare website faced tough questioning at a House oversight committee Thursday, as both Republican and Democratic lawmakers frustrated by the shoddy roll-out sought answers over what went wrong – and...
  • Health website contractors acknowledge late changes, limited tests

    Health website contractors acknowledge late changes, limited tests
    WASHINGTON — Developers of the troubled Obamacare website confirmed Thursday that a last-minute decision requiring users to sign up before shopping for insurance caused the system to bottleneck and acknowledged they did not conduct an "end to end"...
  • 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...
  • Sen. Edward Markey calls for FCC to intervene in CBS, TWC dispute

    Customers have been calling on Time Warner Cable and CBS Corp. to resolve their ongoing carriage dispute that has resulted in channels going dark in several markets including Los Angeles and New York. Now politicians are demanding an end to the...
  • Government: The FCC moves to shush loud commercials

     
    Congressional Republicans often refer to the rules set by the federal government as "job-killing regulations." But one of the final regulatory thrusts of the Democratic-controlled Congress in 2010 had bipartisan support: a law aimed at stopping loud...
  • Will Lifeline guarantee high-speed Internet access for all?

     
    The Lifeline program will spend $25 million to find out how to effectively deliver broadband access to low-income Americans....
  • Michael Hiltzik: Biomedicine and generic drugs

     
    Striking the proper balance between incentives for innovation and encouragement of competition has been an issue for lawmakers since the patent system was first devised. As my column for Thursday observes, Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) and Rep Henry A........
  • Federal bill to 'get the lead out' of plumbing fixtures clears first hurdle

     
    Federal "Get the Lead Out" legislation that would update the national lead content standard and dramatically reduce the amount of lead used in faucets and fixtures cleared its first hurdle Wednesday. The Get the Lead Out Act passed out of......
  • Loss of faith led to Blair's exit

     
    by David S. Cloud and Christi Parsons National Intelligence Director Dennis C. Blair announced his resignation Thursday after a rocky 16-month tenure during which he found himself on the losing end of turf battles and struggled to develop a close......
  • California broadband projects pick up $205 million in federal funding

     
    Rural California will become a little more wired. California will receive over $205 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds for seven projects aimed toward bringing fast broadband Internet access to rural and remote communities in the...