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2019 Open enrollment begins for Affordable Care Act

Over 18 states impacted by nationwide bomb threats

Reports: Federal prosecutors probe Trump inaugural committee

Facebook says bug may have exposed photos on 7M users

J&J hammered by report it knew of asbestos in baby powder

Nassar survivors ask Michigan State to open counseling fund

US retail sales rose 0.2% in Nov., helped by holiday boost

GM says it has 2,700 jobs for workers slated to be laid off

Pres. Trump names Mulvaney acting chief of staff

Obama-era rule leads to $150M in student loan forgiveness

Bomb threat empties Sandy Hook school on attack anniversary

Mueller: FBI is not to blame for Flynn's false statements

Michael Cohen claims Pres. Trump knew hush money payments wrong

US says 7-year-old who died in custody had not appeared ill

Del Monte recalling over 64,000 cans of Fiesta Corn

Over 20 schools on lockdown, including Columbine High after reported threats

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Seven-year-old Jakelin Caal, who died at border, did not receive medical care for 90 minutes

The death of Jakelin Caal raises questions about the Border Patrol's procedures and the Trump administration's policy of delaying migrants at legal ports of entry.

Federal judge in Texas strikes down Obamacare

In a ruling sure to be appealed to Supreme Court, Texas court says the ACA, also known as Obamacare, can no longer stand without the penalty against the uninsured.

Author of Ohio abortion bill believes Supreme Court will welcome it 'with open arms'

The bill, which just passed in the Ohio Senate, would ban abortions as soon as a heartbeat is detected, which could be as early as six weeks.

Huge waves aim for California

Waves near San Francisco could reach 50 feet, the National Weather Service warned.

North Carolina governor vetoes latest voter ID legislation

Republican lawmakers could try and override the veto. Gov. Cooper said "requiring photo IDs for in-person voting is a solution in search of a problem."