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More Than 1 Million People Pick New Health-Law Plans

About 1.2 million people who bought coverage on HealthCare.gov in 2014 dropped their health plan and picked a new one through the site for 2015, the Obama administration said Wednesday. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

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More Than 11 Million Americans Are Signed Up for Health Coverage

Five years ago, the Affordable Care Act became law — opening the doors to affordable, quality health insurance for millions of people. And today, we learned that, thanks to the health care law, about 11.4 million Americans are signed up for private health coverage that suits their needs.  In the final day of Open Enrollment […]

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Week in Review: Free and Fair Trade, Health Care Enrollment Numbers, and Opening the Outdoors to More Kids

This week, the President received the newest enrollment numbers for those who found quality, affordable health insurance under the Affordable Care Act; spoke at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, designated three new National Monuments, and launched his Every Kid in a Park initiative. Find out more about the past week at the […]

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Kerry Raises Prospect of More Sanctions Against Russia Over Ukraine

At the start of a meeting with the British foreign secretary, Secretary of State John Kerry said Moscow had violated a cease-fire agreement. Full News here – NYT > Politics

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Week in Review: Free and Fair Trade, Health Care Enrollment Numbers, and Opening the Outdoors to More Kids

This week, the President received the newest enrollment numbers for those who found quality, affordable health insurance under the Affordable Care Act; spoke at the White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism, designated three new National Monuments, and launched his Every Kid in a Park initiative. Find out more about the past week at the […]

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Democratic Base Much More Unified Than GOP Base

Amy Walter: “One of the biggest assets for Democrats – especially for Hillary Clinton – going into this next election is the fact that they are much more ideologically united than the GOP. From social issues to economic ones, the overwhelming majority of Democrats are on the same page. This, of course, leaves little room […]

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Diet Experts Push More Plants, Less Meat

U.S. dietary guidelines, the government’s benchmark for a healthy diet, have long advised Americans to eat dark, leafy greens. Now, there is another way they could be going green. Full News here – WSJ.com: Politics And Policy

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One More Reason Trump Isn’t Running for President

Donald Trump announced his television show “Celebrity Apprentice” had been renewed for a 15th season, The Wrap reports. The show would likely run during the middle of the Republican presidential primaries in early 2016. Four years ago, Trump said he would not run for president because he had committed to the show. The post One […]

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Jeb Bush’s Foreign Policy Plan: More Military Spending Will ‘Encourage Peace’

WASHINGTON — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will lay out a vision of American foreign policy on Wednesday aimed at pushing his nascent 2016 presidential campaign out of the shadow of his father and brother, two former presidents who waged overseas wars. “I love my father and my brother … But I am my own […]

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More Than 11 Million Americans Are Signed Up for Health Coverage

Five years ago, the Affordable Care Act became law — opening the doors to affordable, quality health insurance for millions of people. And today, we learned that, thanks to the health care law, about 11.4 million Americans are signed up for private health coverage that suits their needs.  In the final day of Open Enrollment […]

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