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  • Today in the News: Google to help fix ‘Obamacare’ site


  • News on HealthCare.gov, an investigation into Georgia teen’s death, and a high-speed chase caught on tape.



     
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    Tech experts from Google, Oracle and Red Hat announced today they will help fix HealthCare.gov. The “Obamacare” website has suffered massive problems since it launched Oct. 1, and now the real experts will help fix it.

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    "I am committed to do everything in my power to answer the questions that exist in this case, or as many as we can." - U.S. Attorney Michael Moore, talking Thursday about the death of 17-year-old high schooler Kendrick Johnson. Johnson was found dead inside a rolled-up gym mat, with blood pooled around his head, on Jan. 11. The case was initially declared an accidental death, but Johnson’s family pushed for an investigation, which has finally been granted.

    Hot video: Caught on tape

    Dramatic high-speed crash caught on tape.

     

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