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  • How to restart health care reform

    Midterm elections are coming, and both parties are lobbing grenades over health care. Despite the furious rhetoric, the two sides are more alike than they realize. Both spent decades pursuing policies that obstruct health care's capacity to save lives, ease suffering and cut costs. The endless vitriol resembles World War I-style trench warfare. The Affordable Care Act moved the battle lines a little in one direction; the midterms that year moved them a little in the opposite direction. With divided government, the 2014 elections will move the lines even less.
  • Digital Savant: The best of online exclusives

    For many years, even after the online revolution pushed us all onto the vast Internet for good, it was impossible to legally buy music from some artists or find products like some bestselling books in electronic form. Holdouts like the Beatles, the...

    Amazon's hot tablets face stiff competition

    Amazon's Fire tablets keep getting better and cheaper. At the low end is the new Fire HD 6 tablet, which the company is selling for $99, or $114 for a version that doesn't display ads on its lock screen. With a 6-inch diagonal screen, quad-core...

    Self-publishing never easier but money, glory scarce

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - For any author frustrated by rejections from publishing houses or wanting to cut out the middle man, there has never been an easier or cheaper time to self-publish. A host of free self-publishing platforms offered by Amazon, Apple...

    In 2005 Marburg virus outbreak, some lessons for Ebola crisis

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When I see the footage of health workers in protection suits taking up the fight against Ebola in west Africa, memories come flooding back. Nine years ago, I took a Reuters team into the heart of another hemorrhagic fever...