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HealthCare.gov Has Improved, But Obamacare Still Faces Problems

HealthCare.gov Has Improved, But Obamacare Still Faces ProblemsThe second enrollment period at HealthCare.gov began Saturday, and so far, it's gone much more smoothly than the start of last year's first open enrollment, which was full of glitches and saw only a handful of people able to enroll the first day.

G20 Leaders Pledge Growth, Threaten More Sanctions On Russia

G20 Leaders Pledge Growth, Threaten More Sanctions On RussiaPresident Obama departed the venue of the annual G20 summit in Australia today, declaring it had been a "strong week for American leadership."

In NPR Interview, Bill Cosby Declines To Discuss Assault Allegations

In NPR Interview, Bill Cosby Declines To Discuss Assault AllegationsThe 77-year-old actor would not comment on: accusations of sexual assault that have been leveled against him.

Reports: Obama Will Approve Immigrant Work Permits For Millions

Reports: Obama Will Approve Immigrant Work Permits For MillionsThe details of the executive actions are still being finalized, but it could "avert 5 million deportations."

FBI’s Vicious Letter To King Holds Lessons On Surveillance, Hindsight

FBI’s Vicious Letter To King Holds Lessons On Surveillance, HindsightYale historian Beverly Gage, who's working on a biography of Hoover, recently uncovered an unredacted version of the letter at the National Archives. It begins:

Facebook Rolls Out New, Simpler Privacy Policy

Facebook Rolls Out New, Simpler Privacy PolicyFacebook says its new policy is 2,700 words. The company's old one was more than 9,000.

Big Banks Will Pay $4.25 Billion In Fines Over Currency Manipulation Charges

Big Banks Will Pay $4.25 Billion In Fines Over Currency Manipulation ChargesU.S. firms Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase will pay the largest fines, about $1 billion each.

Obamacare Architect Apologizes For Remarks On The Law’s Passage

Obamacare Architect Apologizes For Remarks On The Law’s PassageOne of the main architects of the Affordable Care Act is being criticized for comments made last year in which he said the "stupidity of the American voter" was critical in getting the law to pass.

South Carolina Same-Sex Marriage Ban Is Overturned

South Carolina Same-Sex Marriage Ban Is OverturnedRejecting the state's argument that it, not the U.S. government, has the authority to define marriage, a federal judge overturned South Carolina's ban on same-sex marriage Wednesday.

Ferguson, Mo., Anxiously Awaits Michael Brown Grand Jury Decision

Ferguson, Mo., Anxiously Awaits Michael Brown Grand Jury DecisionA grand jury is expected to deliver its decision in the Michael Brown case as soon as this weekend, and the community of Ferguson, Mo., is worried that reactions could be violent.