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Ariana Eunjung Cha
Patients, doctors allege that some health exchange insurance plan designs are discriminatory.
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Ex-Clinton chief of staff, a seasoned Democratic operative, has long been an outside adviser to Obama.
Michael A. Fletcher
New report finds they gain the least from retirement tax policy, and stand to lose the most if benefits are cut.
The airline claims immunity under the post-9/11 transportation security law.
The sweeping rule would restrict banks’ ability to make risky investments with their own money.
A roundup of news from around the nation.
A roundup of business news.
Zachary A. Goldfarb
Researchers say unemployment aid and food stamps helped reduce the share of Americans who are poor.
A Q and A about the Affordable Care Act.
Schools should give parent more information about removing lice from their children’s hair.
Drug companies pay much better than academia. Also: Clothes infused with solar-powered electronics.
The question doesn’t seem to be whether they will pay more — it seems to be how much.
Nancy Szokan and — Lori Aratani
Try substituting mushrooms for beef. Also: An article outlines the behavioral problems of affluent kids.
Mounting evidence suggests we may have more to worry about than once thought.
Laura Sanders and Science News
But bigger may not be better. A study gives more reasons to be wary of parking kids in front of the tube.
Military wants highly skilled technicians to help develop better surveillance tools.
Ed O’Keefe and Lori Montgomery
Meanwhile, Congress passes its first gun legislation since the shootings a year ago in Newtown, Conn.
Study finds fewer brain lesions and symptoms after newly diagnosed cases are treated with vaccine.
Reid Wilson and Juliet Eilperin
The high court will consider whether states can be forced to cut emissions that travel downwind to other states.
— Debora MacKenzie and New Scientist
Research by team at Penn doesn’t give an idea of how the differences initially arose.
“She was hit by an airborne deer.“
The government will lose $10 billion on the deal, which kept the automaker from collapsing.
Agency to enlist top-flight advertising firms similar to those the tobacco industry uses to attract young people.
NASA rover Curiosity finds signs of a lake with chemistry congenial to life, and perhaps bottling.
Donna St. George
Not as popular as chocolate milk and less nutritious than unflavored milk, pink drink to be removed in January.
Merrill Newman, who served in the Korean War, said he didn’t realize that in the North, the ‘war isn’t over.’
David Rawlings and Gillian Welch do “Look at Miss Ohio“.
‘American Gut’ is a crowdsourced project to understand what different microbes do inside our bodies.
Scientists say that adenovirus 36 is a major factor in almost a third of all human cases of obesity.
Michael Alison Chandler
Cottage industry of “personal historians” will turn family stories into a film or a book.
In-home testing is now considered as good as sleep lab testing for many cases of sleep apnea.
Hint: It’s more efficient than popcorn — and brighter.
New studies conviced her that years of prescribing long-term medication may have been doinh harm.
Scientists say each person’s microbes are different, and they determine how one processes food.
The new firm will combine the top two U.S. food distributors and command a quarter of the North American market.
Over the next two weeks, we’ll tell you what races you need to watch in 2014.
Science keeps finding new ways to extract resources. Should we stop worrying about not having enough?
Jason G. Goldman
New study says they use tools — sticks — to lure birds so that they can eat them.
Americans’ household balance sheets are looking a lot better than they used to.
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