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Other deadlines have slid, but the March 31 date for individuals to enroll in health coverage or face a penalty is the most important of all for Obamacare.
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Republicans say faster approval of LNG export terminals could help check the influence of other suppliers, like Russia, and allow Europe to take a tougher diplomatic stance on Ukraine. Energy analysts say that would take years.
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Another Bitcoin exchange has folded, and a Bitcoin entrepreneur appears to have committed suicide. But experts continue to insist that it's too soon to write off the upstart crypto-currency.
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The Philadelphia public school district’s policy on beards clashed with the religious beliefs of a school police officer. But overall in the US, more efforts are being made to accommodate the faithful in such situations.
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The opposition vacillates over tactics to deal with the Maduro administration. But some antigovernment protesters seek a new identity entirely.
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Researchers find that Cahokia, a pre-Columbian native American city of 20,000 near what would become St. Louis, may have been the first cross-cultural melting pot in North America.
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Georgia was a leader in devising a 'common core' of education standards for 45 states. But state lawmakers are targeting the Common Core an anti-Washington crusade that could echo nationwide.
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With last night's extradition, Libya now has two sons of late dictator Muammar Qaddafi in custody. But its judicial system seems ill-prepared to dispense justice.
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Last year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie wasn’t invited to CPAC, and the snub was big political news. This year he was, perhaps on the theory that Bridge-gate has made him a target of the mainstream media.
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A neighbor who heard screams and ran to the Pistorius home testified today the famous runner told him at the scene he shot Reeva Steenkamp by mistake.
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In choosing which college to attend, about 46 percent say the cost of attendance was very important – the highest percentage found since the UCLA survey started asking the cost question 10 years ago.
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Protesters who brought the city to a standstill have moved their protest camp into a local park, calming tensions, but a legal challenge to Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is gaining steam.