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THE FIX | After weeks of problems that plagued HealthCare.gov, President Obama is seeking to turn the attention to the people the law impacts and away from the talk of big technical glitches.
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Onyango Obama dodged deportation for decades and was arrested for drunken driving in 2011.
Group is trying to follow the example of the African American community.
Man told police he was ‘in a daze’ before the speeding train ran off the rails in the Bronx, killing four people.
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