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Politicians and policy makers have largely overlooked people who bought insurance outside the Affordable Care Act, even though they could influence the program’s financial success.
With 13 Ebola cases in Conakry, Guinea’s densely populated capital, residents are on edge, with some carrying bottles of bleach and pharmacies selling out of hand sanitizer.
Tiger Woods said on his website that he had surgery on Monday in Utah for a pinched nerve and would need time to rehabilitate.
St. Francis at Ripa church in Rome has turned to the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to raise money for a renovation.
The undisputed winners of a legislative battle over the nation’s tax code are the lobbying shops, which often work to simply preserve the status quo.
In his documentary “The Unknown Known,” Errol Morris goes mano a mano with the former defense secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld.
Live updates from a House subcommittee hearing looking into the ignition problems of Chevrolet Cobalts and other cars.
After the coldest March in the New York area since 1984, flowering species that would normally have bloomed in succession are expected to overlap in rare combinations.
The letter, from the director of national intelligence to a senator, underscored that such activity was not just theoretical.
The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis will reopen on Saturday after a $28 million reconstruction.
Gazprom, the Russian energy company, increased the price by 44 percent even as American and Russian diplomats worked toward a settlement over Ukraine.
Although there is still no certainty that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has crashed, lawyers are pursuing families that might be granted multimillion-dollar settlements.
Responding to the annexation of Crimea, NATO foreign ministers said they would strengthen the alliance’s presence in Eastern Europe.
At a Midtown hotel, the civilized Peacock and the publike Shakespeare beckon, fish and chips and all.
On the Minute, how American students excel at problem solving and record times on this year’s Iditarod Trail Invitational.
A day after the deadline to enroll for health care, officials are confident they have reached their goal of having seven million Americans sign up for coverage.
An engineer’s approval of an ignition switch change in 2006 appeared to contradict a deposition he gave in a court case.
The bistate agency has increasingly yielded to governors’ requests to fund dubious projects, a review from New York University’s Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management says.
Some want a chimney built by German P.O.W.’s in Charleston, S.C., to be saved as a piece of history. Others want it to go the way of the Nazis.