The website for HealthCare.gov, where millions of Americans will try to apply for government healthcare, has crashed again.
The problems started Sunday. A spokeswoman for the Health and Human Services Department blamed the problem on Terremark, the company that operates the data center that hosts the HealthCare.gov website and the data services hub, saying there was a network failure that interrupted service.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is already in the hot seat because of a series of glitches with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. She's been called to testify before a congressional hearing Wednesday.
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