Oracle Documents: Politics Sabotaged Oregon Healthcare Website

State officials, not shoddy software, stopped the consumer launch of the Cover Oregon healthcare website, Oracle reportedly says in documents submitted to Congressional committee.


Are Americans crazy to endure dear health care?

Editor's note: Summer McGee is associate professor in the Department of Public Management at the University of New Haven. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of

Greater New Orleans – The Times

SALT LAKE CITY — In the season finale of the ABC hit "Modern Family," actor Ty Burrell's character ends up officiating at the wedding of the show's comical gay couple.


John Kasich fights a subpoena, Ed FitzGerald dodges questions about hopeful …

Here are the stories catching our attention today in the wide world of Ohio politics. Questions? Suggestions? Email me or find me on Twitter:

Kasich's subpoena vs. FitzGerald's treasurer: Today's top

Beaumont, Botsford and Oakwood health caring systems determine to merge

The Ford Fireworks show in Detroit is one of the biggest events of the summer, and Detroit police were prepared.

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KPMG to Boost Health-Care Practice with Zanett Purchase

KPMG LLP is buying Zanett Commercial Solutions, a Cincinnati-based technology-consulting firm that will help the Big Four accounting firm beef up the services it

Police news pardon 4 teen girls from internal sex trafficking

Local police working on a weeklong operation to break up human trafficking have helped liberate four teenage girls, three from Toledo and another from Michigan.

“They were involved in sex trafficking,”

US tellurian trafficking news drops 4 nations to lowest tier

Washington (CNN) -- After several years of what it calls broken promises, the U.S. government has singled out Thailand, Malaysia, The Gambia and Venezuela for taking insufficient action against human