• When it comes to healthcare issues, voters place more faith in Hillary Clinton than Donald Trump. But not by much. According to a HealthDay/ Harris Poll conducted in early August, neither presidential candidate received approval from half of the respondents. Overall, 46% of those polled indicated Clinton would do an overall good job with healthcare policy, whereas 33% gave the nod to Trump.
• Wireless networks used by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are beset by “significant” vulnerabilities, an Office of Inspector General report has found. The agency conducted “penetration tests” for more than three months. Although many networks could absorb an attack, several were vulnerable.