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Obamacare enrollment is over - now what?

Posted: 04/01/2014 - Open enrollment on the Affordable Care Act marketplaces closed on Monday night, bringing an end to the most turbulent part of the four-year-old law's history.

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Climate change already impacting food supplies, says UN report

Posted: 03/31/2014 - "Climate change is happening, the signs of it, the impacts, are detectible already," says Dr. Michael Oppenheimer, lead author of the UN's latest report on climate change. "If you live in a city, if you live along the coast, or if you eat to live, this is a problem you have to worry about."

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Website Issues on Obamacare enrollment deadline day

Posted: 03/31/2014 - It was a brief but fleeting reminder of the messy rollout of the Obamacare website. In the early morning hours of the final day of open enrollment, the government's health care website experienced technical problems as troubleshooters worked on a "software bug," a senior administration official said.

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Ohio boy's $20 investment in kindness yields big return

Updated: 03/30/2014 - Nine-year-old Myles Eckert may be America's most reluctant celebrity. It was never his intention to be honored at civic events or posed for pictures, but for the last month, this has been his world.

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Baltimore Raven Ray Rice indicted on assault charge

Posted: 03/29/2014 - Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice was indicted Thursday on an aggravated assault charge stemming from an altercation with his fiancée at an Atlantic City, New Jersey, casino last month, prosecutors said.

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New GM recalls put total near 5 million in a month

Posted: 03/29/2014 - General Motors announced two more recalls late Friday, bringing to 4.8 million the number of cars, trucks and SUVs the automaker has called back for repairs in the past month

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The cat came back

Updated: 03/28/2014 - Jill Roberson thought she was giving her cat Mayhem a better place to live when she had to move into a new home on a busy street.

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Ex-senator and Vietnam POW who blinked "torture" in Morse code dies

Posted: 03/28/2014 - Former Alabama Sen. Jeremiah Denton, who survived 7 1/2 years as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam and alerted the U.S. military to conditions there when he blinked the word "torture" in Morse code during a television interview, died Friday. He was 89.

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