Cigarette smoking and use of other tobacco products fell for both middle-schoolers and high school students, the Centers for Disease Control reports. But teens' use of e-cigarettes nearly doubled in one year.
On a bipartisan vote, the House on Friday approved the measure – its answer to the millions of recent health-plan cancellations. But such fixes may also do damage to Obamacare.
The 2014 midterm elections will act as a referendum on Obamacare, regardless of what happens in the next budget showdown in January, says Rep. Greg Walden, chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee.
The JFK assassination is one of the rare events to have fueled popular conspiracy theories on both the left and the right, even a half-century after the Dallas shooting.
Google wants to be seen as a crusader for Internet transparency, and its new report details who is asking for users' information. But the report is incomplete, Google acknowledges.
At his press conference Thursday, President Obama not only announced a potential reprieve in insurance cancellations, but also offered a window into the frustrations he's experienced in recent weeks.