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West Bank Kidnappings
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U.S. Evacuates Embassy in Libya Amid Spiraling Militant Violence
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Study Confirms 10 Million Got Obamacare Coverage
Surveys of more than 400,000 Americans confirm that 10 million people who were not insured before got health insurance under Obamacare.
Middle East Unrest
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Doctors Work Nonstop to Ease Suffering at Gaza Hospital
At this point, a cease-fire will be too late for the wounded in Gaza, some of whom have no family by their side.
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Look, No Lines! Doctor Visits Drop in Obamacare Era
Remember all those predictions that Obamacare was going to create a crush of pent-up medical demand? It didn't.
Couple Separates After 33 Years So Sick Wife Can Keep Healthcare
The Tennessee couple says that government policies would not allow them to stay together and keep their health insurance. WBIR’s Kelsey Pape reports.
Express Scripts Cuts Coverage of Compounded Drugs
The nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager is dramatically scaling back coverage of compounded drugs, saying most are ineffective or overpriced.
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No So Fast: Court's Birth Control Ruling Is Limited
The court said its decision was not an opening for companies to opt out of other health insurance coverage requirements, such as for blood transfusions and vaccinations.
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Reality Check: What Court's Birth Control Ruling Means
The Supreme Court says its Hobby Lobby decision doesn’t mean that employers can suddenly declare that they have religious objections to vaccines.
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Sun Science: There's No Such Thing as a 'Healthy Tan'
Think a base tan will prevent you from getting a sunburn? Think again.
VA Hospital Scandal
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Before They Cheated: How a Lofty Goal Fueled VA Woes
Former VA Secretary Erik Shinseki's effort to address scheduling backlog backfired, providing managers with incentive to cheat, experts say.
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