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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 an Atlantic Media fellow, working with National Journal's digital team and concentrating on original video production. 

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