Health insurance data released by California's insurance exchange indicate that individual insurance premiums will increase significantly when ObamaCare takes effect in 2014.
The Obama administration has largely refused to provide the Associated Press with a list of top officials' secret e-mail addresses, which can be used to keep official communications from the public.
According to a Treasury Department audit, the IRS spent about $2 million in 2011 on aircards and smartphones that either went unused or were issued to employees who weren't eligible to have them.
An Illinois high school teacher was reprimanded and docked a day's pay for reminding students that they did not have to answer potentially incriminating drug and alcohol questions on a school survey.
Connecticut officials are secretly drawing up legislation that would prevent the release of many records of the investigation into the December shootings at Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary School.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told the World Health Assembly on May 20 that "universal health coverage" is a "right" that "national governments" must enact.
A class action lawsuit alleges that the IRS illegally stole the medical records of more than 10 million Americans in the course of investigating a single individual.
Data provided to a House committee by insurance companies suggest that premiums are likely to go through the roof when ObamaCare is fully implemented in January.
Colorado's health insurance exchange, believed to be one of the country's most efficient, may ask for another $125 million from Washington in part to educate the public about ObamaCare.
House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told President Obama they would not cooperate in appointing members of ObamaCare's Independent Payment Advisory Board, which has the power to deny care to seniors.