Obamacare's problem-ridden website got its first official public scrutiny Thursday when Congress marched executives from the contracting firms that built the site up to Capitol Hill. Some questions were serious. Others were political theater. read more
Tonight on All In with Chris Hayes: Thursday morning's House hearing on the Obamacare exchange site was like listening to your grandparents talk about the internet - but with a healthy dose of disingenuous anger thrown in. The House Energy and Commerce Committee grilled the executives whose companies built the site (and who promised more fixes are coming). read more
"It might come to a point where it’s either college [for my kids] or health care."
"Basically, now I'm struggling to make ends meet," said a former city employee. "They cut my pension and health benefits, they might as well just throw me out in front of a truck and kill me." read more
Wednesday night on All In with Chris Hayes: Even after 46 pointless House votes, a two-and-a-half week government shutdown and sinking approval ratings, Republicans are still determined to get rid of Obamacare. In Ohio, six GOP lawmakers filed suit against Governor John Kasich's plan to expand Medicaid, which would bring $2.5 billion in federal funds into the state. read more