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Premera Blue Cross Cyberattack Exposed Millions Of Customer Records

The health insurance provider has revealed that a cyberattack discovered in January may have made the medical and financial information of 11 million people vulnerable to thieves.

Fed Sends Clear Sign On Raising Rates, But Says Hike Unlikely In April

Fed Sends Clear Sign On Raising Rates, But Says Hike Unlikely In AprilIn a statement, the Federal Reserve dropped a pledge to be "patient" before raising interest rates.

Alarming Number Of Women Think Spousal Abuse Is Sometimes OK

Alarming Number Of Women Think Spousal Abuse Is Sometimes OKIn many countries, more than a third of women think a husband is sometimes justified in beating his wife. Researchers say this attitude contributes to the high rate of domestic violence worldwide.

Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock Resigns Amid Spending Questions

Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock Resigns Amid Spending QuestionsThe 33-year-old Republican had come under heavy scrutiny. In a statement, he said that "the constant questions over the last six weeks have proven a great distraction."

Sex Discrimination Trial Puts Silicon Valley Under The Microscope

Sex Discrimination Trial Puts Silicon Valley Under The MicroscopeEllen Pao was vying to be one of the few women at the top of the venture capital world. Then she was fired. Now she's suing, in an industry where women often say they are sidelined and passed over.

Workplace Suicide Rates Rise Sharply

Overall, men were more likely to take their lives than women on the job. And workers between the ages of 65 and 74 were more likely to commit suicide at work than their younger counterparts.

Israel’s Election: Netanyahu Seeks 4th Term

Israel’s Election: Netanyahu Seeks 4th TermPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party has slipped in recent voter surveys. Approaches to a potential Palestinian state and the economy have emerged as top election issues.

Why Federal Budgets Aren’t What You Think They Are

Why Federal Budgets Aren’t What You Think They AreCongressional Republicans' budget is expected to be released Tuesday, but a federal budget is not really a budget at all.

In Intense Desert Training, Marine Women Fight For Place On Front Lines

In Intense Desert Training, Marine Women Fight For Place On Front LinesThe Marines are being tested in California's Mojave Desert to see if they have what it takes to serve in ground combat units. Injuries in earlier training kept a dozen women from getting that far.

Kerry To Resume Talks Over Iran’s Nuclear Program

Today's meeting in Switzerland comes a week after 47 Senate Republicans signed an open letter to Iran suggesting any deal reached would lapse the day President Obama leaves office.