In a management shakeup, the official who supervised the launch of the health care site says he's leaving for the private sector.
Obama administration reportedly asking Google, Oracle, and Red Hat for help fixing the problematic yet high-profile health care Web site.
The US Department of Health and Human Services says the third-party vendor hosting the health care site has gotten things up and running.
Following a report from The New York Times that Healthcare.gov is 500 million lines of code, one developer draws a telling comparison between the ACA's Web system and other popular software.
Monday is the deadline to enroll under the Affordable Care Act, but the Obamacare site ran into issues accepting new applications due to a technical problem.
What would it take to get 10 million people to sign up on HealthCare.gov in 48 hours? "Saturday Night Live" thinks selfies, cats, and celebrities are the answer.
So far, there's no way to fix errors in premiums and deductibles that have saddled some consumers with higher costs, says The Washington Post.
Only half of one of the security holes previously identified on the government's health care site has been patched, while new ones have since been uncovered, says the head of a security consulting firm.
Kurt DelBene, who just retired as the VP for Microsoft Office, will be heading up the Obama administration's troubled site starting Wednesday.
As the deadline for signing up for the Affordable Care Act nears, the White House asks advice from CEOs and other executives from Apple, Twitter, Google, Facebook, and more.