Morning six-pack: What we're reading Monday

President Barack Obama
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President Barack Obama

Happy Monday. For those stuck in a time warp after spending the weekend waiting online to sign up for Obamacare, yes, the new week is here already.

Americans are waking up and finding, to their deep shock, that in addition to all the website glitches the Affordable Care Act may not be particularly affordable. (LA Times)

An underlying cause of nationalized health care's failure thus far is a president who doesn't like to hear bad news. (Financial Times)

If that truly is the case, then he may want to stay away from Janet Yellen for a while. (Rochester Democrat & Chronicle)

Not much is likely to happen this week at the Federal Reserve's Open Markets Committee meeting, but there could be a devil or two in the details. (Business Insider)

And here's something about all those billions in fines for JPMorgan Chase: The bank may be getting off cheap. (Rolling Stone)

And, finally ...We at the Six-Pack try not to drop big bombs here so early in the week, but you may be shocked to learn that New York-area airports don't exactly tuck away fliers into the privileged lap of luxury. contributor Harriet Baskas explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.