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Brian Todd compares two crucial aspects of Obamacare and Romneycare: availability of doctors; costs to consumers.
President Obama compared Obamacare troubles to the Romneycare rollout, while opponents say comparisons are "pathetic."
One Senator calls another the "A-word." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on politicians who like their language salty.
CNN learned from sources that the U.S. aborted a plan to capture a suspect in the U.S. Consulate attack in Benghazi.
The Obama administration stands by claims that customers will be allowed to keep their plan despite Obamacare.
Sen. Lindsey Graham explains why he's willing to block every presidential nomination until he gets answers on Benghazi.
CNN has learned that CGI reported problems with the Healthcare.gov website in September, before its launch.
President Obama once promised that people would be able to keep their current health insurance despite changes ushered in by health care reform. However, some Americans are now learning they won’t be able to stay with their preferred plans and providers. Did the president deceive the public in an effort to sell the Affordable Care Act?
Plus: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services head Marilyn Tavenner has issued the administration’s first official apology for the botched Obamacare website rollout. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will also be testifying on Capitol Hill this week. Tune in to the Situation Room for a Special Report at 6pm ET.
Crossfire will continue our Special Report at 6:30pm ET with guests Bill Kristol and Rep. Keith Ellison. Newt Gingrich and Stephanie Cutter will host.
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Poof! Mystery Obamacare Girl vanishes from website. CNN's Jeanne Moos finds her on a milk carton.
European leaders are demanding an explanation after new reports regarding NSA spying on U.S. allies.