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The 18-to-34-year-old cohort is the most coveted for the exchanges, and should be about one-third of enrollees, though there are backstops if enrollment falls short.
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Jameis Winston, star quarterback of the top-ranked Seminoles, will not face rape charges stemming from allegations that he sexually assaulted a fellow FSU student last year, a state prosecutor said. The accusation polarized the FSU fan base, tarnishing an otherwise gilded season.
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Ronnie Smith, a chemistry teacher from Austin, Texas, was shot just steps from the burnt-out US diplomatic compound in Benghazi where Ambassador Stevens was killed.
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A rush of Arctic air is sweeping across the nation this week. Of particular concern: potential ice storms that could knock out power to hundreds of thousands of residents.
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The NSA's CO-TRAVELER program collects 5 billion cellphone records a day in an effort to find terrorists overseas. Data from Americans are collected 'incidentally.'
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New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has named William Bratton to head the NYPD, a job Bratton held in the mid-1990s when crime rates fell. He also has been police chief in Boston and Los Angeles.
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An attack on the ministry of defense today killed at least 20 people. No group has claimed responsibility, but Al Qaeda militants are increasingly targeting Yemen's military.
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If the US offer to help destroy Syria's chemical weapons is accepted, a ship being retrofitted with portable decontamination units in Virginia will be sent to do the job. 'Nothing will be dumped at sea,' a Pentagon official said.
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A report by the Arizona Industrial Commission found that the Forestry Division failed to remove firefighters even after it learned of troubling developments in the Yarnell fire.
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The ruling ANC pushed through new electronic tolls after years of opposition. It could pay a price in upcoming national elections.
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Parents may well be aware that children should be protected from listening to the Sandy Hook 911 tapes, but experts caution that adults, too, need to reflect on their reasons and expectations from doing so.
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Paul Walker wasn't street racing when he crashed, according to police, but early reports suggest his car was going very fast. His death won't curb street racing, and could do the opposite, experts say.