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The White House says HealthCare.gov is now running smoothly for consumers hoping to enroll in a health plan, but the part that delivers the consumer information to insurers may not be fixed.
Political analysts Mark Halperin and John Heilemann share their insights on the disastrous rollout of President Obama’s signature healthcare reform law, and look ahead to 2016.
Seventy passengers on a weekend flight from Austin to Phoenix are being asked to seek testing for tuberculosis, after a fellow passenger was removed from the plane after landing.
For years now, a boulevard running through the heart of Fort Lauderdale’s historically black business district has been at the center of a contentious disagreement.
This week, NPR’s Stephen Thompson introduces us to “Make It Up” off the new self-titled album by electro pop band The Blow. It’s part of a larger art project.
Food Network fans might know chef Scott Conant best as a tough judge on the cooking competition show “Chopped.” He shares two key recipes from his Scarpetta restaurants.
The National Transportation Safety Board says investigators plan to interview the engineer and conductor of the train involved in a fatal derailment in New York City.
The House is back in session today and the Senate returns next week. That leaves five days in December when the full Congress will be in Washington.
The drones would carry packages weighing less than five pounds within a ten mile radius of distribution centers. But it’s years away from being ready for commercial use.
Over the years, online shopping and a roller coaster economy have turned many malls into ghost towns. David C. Barnett of WCPN examines the afterlife of some malls in Northeast Ohio.
Auburn’s Chris Davis caught the missed Alabama field goal and ran over 100 yards for the touchdown that gave Auburn the win. Auburn now moves onto SEC Championship.
Nearly half of the marriages in the U.S. over the last decade have been between people of different faiths, and many are raising children fully in both parents’ religious traditions.
From Massive Attack to William Onyeabar.