Humans might not be the only casualties of the political standoff over provisions of the Affordable Care Act to expand Medicaid. Rural hospitals may begin to disappear because of lost revenues.
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Asher Roth decidedly stepped the crowd-work up for the night. He climbed across the stage to the bleachers as he ripped through cuts from last year's criminally underappreciated Pabst & Jazz.
NEW YORK — Give me your tired, your poor – your Internet-connected masses yearning to see.
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Michael J. Fox is Canadian-American, but he is not a sports hero.
Meredith Vieria and the TODAY Show could have used that bit of information last Fri...
In North Korea, where political dissent is as rare as an Internet connection, the world got a taste of how China had envisioned the torch procession at all of its stops -- quiet, calm and Communist.
Who is the government going to allow to cheer on the torch bearers as they pass through New Delhi? According to The New York Times, "selected schoolchildren."
The world's leaders should pressure China to recognize the legitimacy of the Dalai Lama by saying they'll only attend the Olympic Ceremonies if China lets him attend as well.
The UpTake's Schlomo Rabinowitz searches for the elusive Olympic Torch in San Francisco. He Interviews a supporter of the Torch run, and questions others about if or when it actually ran.
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