The United States Department of Health and Human Services suffered a cyberattack that, those familiar with the matter told the press, intended to slow down the agency’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. Data was not stolen, according to three officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity.
If you’re a child and an immigrant, this was the week you were told that your rights matter less than the rights of suspected terrorists at Gitmo.
On the plus side, the Senate unanimously passed a House bill making cruelty to animals a felony. This is a good thing.
While the new president is taking harsh steps to cut off transparency, the good news is that Democrats and the agencies themselves are fighting back.
Next month, the Supreme Court of the United States will consider King v. Burwell, in which millions of people will be affected.
Sadly for the GOP, but wonderfully for the rest of the country not rooting for the failure of the health care law due to the hatred of a black President, enrollments for the ACA have continued to surge all across the nation.
While estimates had already been released prior to today in regards to the number of enrollments through the health insurance marketplaces through November 30th, the Department of Health and Human Services released the official numbers on Wednesday.
By attacking Medicare Fraud instead of benefits, the Obama Administration cut healthcare costs by billions for the second year in a row.