In the video, Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner reprise their roles from 2005's "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy," as well as its upcoming sequel "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues." Ferrell and crew recount the most popular Yahoo searches of the year, and it leads to an explanation of the royal baby's super powers, a new Justin Bieber nickname, and a … Read more
A couple of days ago, I received two letters from my health insurance company.
One welcomed me to its autopay system -- which was a touch odd, given that I had been in its autopay system for many years.
The second told me that I was about to have my health insurance cut off, as I hadn't paid my monthly bill.
Please forgive me, then, if I'm not bathed in admiration for the way health insurance companies do business. There is one, however, that wants me (and you) to believe it's the apogee of efficiency.
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The constant hiccups will madden the sanest. In the end, though, America is being promised that HealthCare.gov will lead a healthy and happy life.
After all, once Google's genetically engineered doctors get involved, you're going to be fine.
Meanwhile, the bedside humor runs rampant. First, "Saturday Night Live" couldn't help but suggest that the Obamacare site was built only to accommodate six people at a time. (Some documents indicate the number wasn't entirely inaccurate.)
You might have been taken ill recently trying to get the government's health care Web site to work.
Healthcare.gov appears to have been created by a drunken cabal of Borat, his favorite three Kazakhs, and your uncle Bob who knows everything there is to know about cars.
It was inevitable that those with a healthy sense of self-worth at "Saturday Night Live" might offer their own view of the situation.
As it turned out, they decided to offer technical help.
Kate McKinnon, portraying Secretary of Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, offered some useful tips on how to … Read more
Leaked from today's 404 episode:
- The latest episode of "Jill on Money" episode is about the new reverse mortgage rules set to go into effect on September 30th..
- Here's what you need to know about health care kick-off.
- Aunt Jill says, "Congress is the biggest risk to the economy."
During his remarks, Obama drew a parallel with Apple's recent release of iOS 7.
"And we're going to be speeding things up in the next few hours to handle all of this demand that exceeds anything that we had expected. Consider that just a couple of weeks ago, Apple rolled out a new mobile operating system, and within days, they found a … Read more
Foes of the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate requiring Americans to buy health insurance have long argued that if the law is constitutional, a federal law forcing everyone to eat broccoli would be permitted as well.
During today's oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices instead asked a lawyer for the Obama administration this: Could Congress constitutionally require Americans to buy cell phones?
In other words, if Obamacare, as critics have labeled the Act, can require Americans to engage in commerce merely because they're breathing -- which is unprecedented in the history of the United States … Read more