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  • Feds offer lifeline to 115,000 facing loss of health coverage

    WASHINGTON After failing to respond to multiple outreach attempts, more than 100,000 people could lose their federal marketplace health coverage on Sept. 30, while more than three times that many could see their premiums increase, if they fail to verify...
  • Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally

    Voters support a path to legalization for immigrants here illegally
    Though deeply concerned about the effects of illegal immigration on California, state voters broadly support a path to legalization for the nation's 12 million unauthorized residents, according to a new poll. Across major demographic and partisan...
  • U.S. says 115,000 could lose Obamacare insurance over immigration

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Monday said 115,000 people in 36 states could lose their private health insurance under Obamacare after Sept. 30, because of unresolved data problems involving their citizenship or immigration status....
  • 115,000 to lose health insurance on missed Obamacare deadline

    115,000 to lose health insurance on missed Obamacare deadline
    About 115,000 people, including 4,000 in Illinois, will lose their health insurance at the end of the month because they missed a deadline to prove they are legally in the United States, federal officials said Monday. Despite making up to a dozen...
  • Wasserman Schultz is Florida's top Sunday talk show guest

    Wasserman Schultz is Florida's top Sunday talk show guest
    U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Weston is the No. 1 Florida guest on the Sunday TV talk shows, undoubtedly because of her role as chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. She’s in 17th place on the list of 1,500 talk show guests on...
  • Leonid Bershidsky: New anti-Semitism in Germany isn't the same

    Leonid Bershidsky: New anti-Semitism in Germany isn't the same
    It should surprise no one that representatives from across Germany's political establishment, including the president and chancellor, turned out for a rally against anti-Semitism in Berlin on Sunday, given the country's history and a series of ugly anti-...
  • Forging coalition, Sweden's new left leader angers ally

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's center-left leader risked alienating a major ally on Monday as he tried to forge a minority government with his defeated center-right foes on Monday after an election that saw an anti-immigrant party surge. Stefan Lofven'...
  • Swedish far right set for action after storming win on welfare worry

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Shrugging off scandal and condemnation from their political rivals, the far right Sweden Democrats have more than doubled their vote to hold the balance of power in their country - cementing immigration worries into mainstream...
  • Fractious politics to test new Swedish leader's negotiating skills

    STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - At the height of the global financial crisis trade union leader Stefan Lofven, now set to become Sweden's prime minister after Sunday's election, did the unthinkable and cut a deal with employers agreeing pay cuts and shorter hours....
  • In a world full of persecution, how many people can the U.S. protect?

    In a world full of persecution, how many people can the U.S. protect?
    There is no question that Aminta Cifuentes' marriage was not just bad but a threat to her life. Her husband beat her regularly. He burned her breast with caustic paint thinner. He raped her. When police were called, the officers refused to intervene;...
  • Detention center brings immigration debate to small-town New Mexico

    In this small New Mexican town, high school football is so popular that the celebration of Halloween gets moved if it happens to fall on a Friday. The sport is especially welcome this year after Department of Homeland Security officials opened up a...