Thousands of Connecticut Obamacare customers are facing coverage uncertainty after computer glitches estimated incorrect subsidies or randomly dropped them from their health plans without warning, even though they had paid premiums.
Dick Cheney threw his support behind a candidate in Nevada. Rudy Giuliani and Donald Trump hosted a fundraiser for one in Florida. As President Obama finds himself accused by Republicans of executive overreach, prominent conservatives are emphasizing the importance of getting Republicans elected to attorney general in states across the country.
A Richmond man says he credits his hairdresser with saving his life after she discovered a mole on his scalp that turned out to be cancer.
The Palestinian death toll from Israel's massive air campaign in Gaza topped 100 people Friday with dozens of reported civilian casualties. Israel's prime minister said he will not cave in to international pressure to stop the military offensive.
A Tallahassee judge ruled this week that congressional districts in Florida were illegally drawn.
In several courtrooms in Manhattan today, hundreds of minors fought to stay in the United States. More than 57,000 unaccompanied children have arrived at the border since October.
"Burger King has just introduced a new gay pride whopper sandwich. It's just like a regular whopper but if you choose not to order one, you're immediately accused of a hate crime."
The U.S. House of Representatives will sue President Barack Obama’s administration over delaying the implementation of an employer health insurance mandate in the 2010 health-care law. Peter Cook reports on “In The Loop.”
A group of immigrants was detained along the Rio Grande in South Texas on Thursday as congress discussed the immigration crisis. Outlines of a possible congressional compromise to address the crisis are emerging.
Asia Society Senior Fellow Jamie Metzl discusses cyber spying and U.S., China relations and the re-militarization of Japan on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”
The German Chancellor asks the top intelligence official at the U.S. embassy to leave Germany.
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) had stern words for Speaker John Boehner's (R-OH) developing lawsuit targeting the president. She dismissed the proposed action as "subterfuge" and "totally irresponsible." "It's a distraction," Pelosi said of an intended lawsuit accusing President Obama of overstepping his constitutional authority with the use of executive actions.
Highlights of this day in history: Start of World War II's Battle of Britain; Telstar satellite launched; Millard Fillmore becomes President; Chechen warlord Shamil Basayev killed; Singer Arlo Guthrie born; Cartoon voice Mel Blanc dies.
Yesterday, convicted former New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin was sentenced to 10 years on bribery and corruption charges.
Sen. John McCain slammed officials during an immigration hearing Wednesday over a recent memo barring members of congress from speaking to workers or detainees, and carrying a cell phone at federal detention centers.