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Affordable Care Act advocates tried to put the best face on things while an overhaul of the web site was quickly undertaken.
But the visit almost didn’t happen.
Under the Affordable Health Care Act, vending machine companies are being required to display the calorie information about their products for the consumer to see.
The tumultuous year of 1963 included the March on Washington, Dr. King’s historic speech, and the assassination of Pres. Kennedy.
The 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing has victims’ families thinking about the past.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals essentialy reversed its 2008 ruling that Saudi Arabia was protected by sovereign immunity.
Siarei Baltutski, 41, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in shipping the devices to Belarus.
A group of Villanova University law students have helped gain asylum in the United States for a Russian man who claims he was persecuted for years in his home country because he is gay.
Target officials revealed that as many as 40 milllion credit and debit cards used to make in-store purchases in Target stores between November 27th and December 15th could be compromised.
Retailers are expected to begin selling Beyoncé’s new CD this weekend, but Target has decided not to stock it.
We’re more popular at this time of year than at any other — with e-mail marketers, at least.
Owner Stu Stern of S&H Hardware says he has stockpiled plenty of incandescent bulbs. Manufacture of 60- and 40-watt incandescents is banned in the US after January 1st.
US senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) says he wants to make sure the proposed rule, now on a back burner, is never implemented.
The Mega Millions estimated jackpot has soared to $636 million, making it the second largest jackpot in US history.