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People are now able to get a customized list of plans and prices, and click through to see an insurer's provider directory on the new HealthCare.gov website.
Arizona's worker safety commission imposes multiple fines on the state's forestry unit over the Yarnell Hill fire, which killed 19 elite firefighters in June.
Mike Tomlin says he takes full responsibility for stepping onto the field during a kickoff return by the Ravens' Jacoby Jones.
A judge has given Detroit the green light to cut pensions as a way out of the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history, putting the case in the laps of retirees.
There are signs that officials in Arizona and Mexico are getting along better. That's after Arizona's immigration enforcement law provoked deep tensions a few years ago. From the Fronteras Desk in Phoenix, Jude Joffe-Block reports local leaders are making an effort to boost trade and tourism.
The latest ADP National Employment Report says private employers added 215,000 jobs last month, making it the strongest month for job growth since one year ago.
A South African diving team expected to find only bodies three days after the vessel sunk. They instead found the ship's cook, Harrison Okene, alive.
The finding adds more confusion to the case, because two other teams — Swiss and Russian — came to different conclusions.
A 5th-century Byzantine monastery in Turkey is finally slated for renovation. But the government wants to turn it into a mosque.
Erwin Chemerinsky represents a man who was barred from protesting outside an air force base. It's a case about free speech and public access to federal property.
The Obama administration is launching a two-pronged health care strategy this month aimed at avoiding HealthCare.gov enrollment snafus come January.
Merrill Newman, an 85-year-old war veteran, has been detained in Pyongyang since being forced off a plane set to leave the country Oct. 26 after a 10-day trip.
The vice president urged calm and called for new mechanisms to avoid an escalation of regional tensions.
The decision, which reversed a ruling last April by a smaller panel of the court, rejected a TV station's argument invoking the Supreme Court's Citizens United ruling of 2010.
In recent months, the anonymous benefactors have given away about $54,000 in tips. They say they're doing the Lord's work, "one tip at a time."
The UN agency that supplies the basic needs for Palestinian refugees may not be able to meet December payroll for 30,000 teachers, doctors and social workers across the Mideast.