What began as a harmless snowball fight has led to the suspension of a University of Oregon football player and the threat of criminal charges being pressed against students who were involved.
President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law is “screwing” with young Americans, according to the Republican National Committee.
Americans would rather see a return to how healthcare in the United States operated before the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010, according to the December 2013 Reason-Rupe poll.
The implementation of the Affordable Care Act is causing one Missouri school district to cough up the big bucks to keep its employees insured next year.
It sure wouldn’t be Christmas in Obama’s American without Santa Clause and the “ye ole uninsured” saying thanks to Obamacare this holiday season, as proven in a new batch of ads crowned ‘ho, ho, hosurance.’
THE COLLEGE FIX - Harvard University students agreed by vote that plastic single-use water bottles should no longer be sold on campus, leaving the fate of plastic water bottles in jeopardy at the Ivy League institution.
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ROLL CALL - Democratic state Sen. Katherine M. Clark handily defeated GOP attorney Frank Addivinola in Massachusetts’ 5th District special election Tuesday night.
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It has been a rough couple of months for Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius following the botched implementation of Obamacare. And Wednesday was no different as HHS announced dismal enrollment numbers in the law’s state and federal exchanges, hours before she was set to testify before lawmakers on the future of the Affordable Care Act.
Minnesota college student, 19, may lose limbs after being left on porch for hours in the freezing cold ‘following a night of tequila shots’
DAILY MAIL - A 19-year-old college student is in critical condition after being found unconscious and suffering from extreme hypothermia on the porch of a Duluth, Minnesota, home.
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President Barack Obama’s infamous “Julia” has fallen on tough times thanks to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, as detailed by a new Tumblr page by the Independent Women’s Forum and its sister organization, the Independent Women’s Voice.
Another day, another instance of MSNBC crying racism.
This time, the network’s liberal commentators have their britches in a bundle over criticism of President Barack Obama’s selfie at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service and First Lady Michelle Obama’s grumpy look — criticism they believe is ”racist” and “sexist.”
CNN - Washington -A handful of Republican Party officials is quietly advancing a new batch of rules aimed at streamlining a chaotic presidential nominating process that many party insiders viewed as damaging to the their campaign for the White House in 2012, multiple GOP sources told CNN.
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Call them the paintings that led to the picture of bipartisanship.
NBC NEWS — Deaf people watching the Nelson Mandela memorial were bemused and shocked by a “fake” sign language interpreter on stage whose gestures were unintelligible, activists said Wednesday.
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Republicans shouldn’t read too much into the recent Harvard poll and the GOP’s electoral victories among youth in last month’s statewide elections. The party still has a long long way to go with twentysomethings.
Last year, I used my limited income and student loans to pay for my own health insurance policy. This year, despite having more money in my pocket than I did a year ago, I am now being told that I am eligible for Medicaid. I went from a contributor to the healthcare system to an unnecessary burden upon it in just a few short weeks.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES – A Freedom of Information request filed by government watchdog Judicial Watch revealed that former CIA Director Leon E. Panetta was the source who gave up secret information to the scriptwriter of “Zero Dark Thirty,” the Hollywood movie about the raid on Osama bin Laden.
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NBC NEWS — About 365,000 people have managed to get health insurance on the new state and federal websites so far, federal officials announced Wednesday. The numbers are just a trickle compared to what officials had forecast and hoped for, but show that the balky federal website is better than it was at rollout on Oct. 1.
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