The healthcare.gov website has been online for two weeks. But folks are having trouble signing up.
One person who says she's been trying for two weeks straight to sign up is CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
Here's video of her trying and failing to sign up:Read more
CNN host Stephanie Cutter, who worked on President Obama's reelection campaign, has sent a fundraising email on behalf of Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
"Hey there," Cutter begins. "Another poll came out this week showing Terry McAuliffe with a marginal lead over Ken Cuccinelli in the Virginia governor's race. Most people I know were thrilled. But I got nervous."Read more
CNN reported this morning that anchor Chris Cuomo will be getting an exclusive interview with President Barack Obama tomorrow morning:Read more
CNN's John King reported last night that the Obama administration has "at times" been "inconsistent, conflcting, and inaccurate" in explaining the Benghazi terror attack:
"Exhibit A in this debate is these Benghazi talking points, used by Ambassador Rice when she made the Sunday show rounds," says King.Read more
John King reported this morning that a reporter from CNN was able to interview a lead suspect in the Benghazi terror attack for two hours:
The FBI has reportedly not been able to track-down the suspect, but CNN had no problem talking to him for two hours.Read more
On Piers Morgan's CNN show, a gun violence victim asked if it would take a "senator to get shot" for Americans to be supportive of gun control:Read more
The police chief of the Watertown police department shares amazing new details of the chase for the Boston bombings suspects from Thursday night into Friday evening:Read more
Ryan Anderson of the Heritage Foundation debated CNN's Piers Morgan and his guest, Suze Orman, about same-sex marriage Tuesday night. Morgan concluded the debate by saying he found Anderson's position "a bit offensive." "It's not fair, it's not tolerant, it's not American," said the British-born host.
Watch the videos below:Read more
A commentator on CNN dubbed Pope Francis "the hope and change pope" earlier today:
"He hasn't actually done much in the way of real policy changes of initiatives, and he certainly is the hope and change pope, but he's at the head of a body, the Vatican, that's very resistant to change," said the CNN commentator. "I've read, for instance, that observers say that you don't change the Vatican, the Vatican changes you."Read more
CNN reports that President Obama is "sullying" his "brand" by getting ready to appoint donors as ambassadors:
Obama, CNN reports, will likely appoint high-dollar fundraisers Marc Lasry and Matthew Barzun to nice ambassadorial spots.
The Washington Free Beacon explains who these fundraisers are:Read more
CNN's Mike Mount covers the closed-off Chuck Hagel archive at the University of Nebraska-Omaha:
Washington (CNN) -- Official documents, correspondence and other papers from the period of time Chuck Hagel held his U.S. Senate seat are closed to public viewing by the archives entrusted to hold them.Read more
CNN, reporting on the possibility that President Barack Obama will nominate Chuck Hagel as secretary of defense, said that the former senator has "been against sanction for iran ... and for talking to Hamas." Watch here:
"As you know, there has been some controversy about Chuck Hagel, not the least of which is in the past he's been against sanctions for Iran, has been for talking to Hamas," said CNN's Gloria Borger.Read more
CNN reports that John Kerry is being nominated alone today by President Obama to avoid being associated with more controversial nominations:Read more
House Republican Tom Price of Georgia refused to say whether he would challenge Senator Saxby Chambliss in the 2014 GOP primary. In a Tuesday afternoon appearance on CNN, Price was asked by host Brooke Baldwin if he would "mount a primary challenge" against Chambliss. He at first dodged the question.
"What we're trying to do right now is to solve the remarkable challenges that we have. Any discussion about 2014 is extremely premature," Price said.Read more
CNN reports that practically all Americans went shopping over "Black Friday" weekend.Read more
President Barack Obama was the clear and obvious favorite among the crowd here at the Arlington Young Democrats debate watch party at Bailey’s Pub. But moderator and CNN personality Candy Crowley was a close second, with her performance eliciting nearly as many loud cheers from this partisan audience as the sitting president of the United States.
The latest national poll to be released today finds Barack Obama barely beating Mitt Romney, 50 percent to 47 percent, respectively. The poll was conducted by CNN/ORC and measures likely voters.
The CNN poll was conducted between September 28 and 30. The sample includes 783 interviews and has a margin of error of 3.5 percentage points.
The good news for the Romney campaign is that it shows a positive trajectory for the Republican candidate.Read more
Last week, reports emerged that Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy had condemned gay marriage. It's no secret that the company is run by devout Christians, but this still caused an uproar.Read more
Over at National Review Online, Ramesh Ponnuru highlights a CNN story entitled, “Voters sick and tired of health care debate.” Ponnuru notes that the story offers essentially no evidence to support the claim made in its headline. It’s also worth noting that the CNN story cherry picks one question from CNN’s latest health care poll, in the process painting a false picture of Obamacare’s popularity.Read more
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