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Plus: "The jihad against JPMorgan," a fake White House Twitter account has been traced to Malia’s bedroom—and more.

HealthCare.gov is set to be Obama's legacy—and Stephen Colbert couldn't be happier about the enormous "techno-turd-taco" it's become.

Plus, fake Twitter accounts abound at the White House, and they're responsible for leaking classified information. The government is about to get a taste of its own privacy medicine.

And after years of risky, consequence-free business practices, the folks at JPMorgan Chase are finally agreeing to pay up. They're forking over $13 billion for misleading investors about subprime securities. It's the largest corporate settlement in history—and the financial news media is up in arms.

Read more from National Journal.

Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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