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Enrollment numbers steady for Obamacare in 2018

Enrollment numbers steady for Obamacare in 2018

The Trump administration also shortened the enrollment period and reduced the marketing budget in states that allow the federal government to run their marketplace. That in large part reflects extensive efforts in many of these states to market health coverage, lengthen enrollment periods and conduct aggressive outreach campaigns to attract younger, healthier consumers who are critical to insurance markets.


Eagles Super Bowl victory parade

Eagles Super Bowl victory parade

Led by backup quarterback Nick Foles and second-year coach Doug Pederson, the Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33. Philadelphia is gearing up and shutting down for its first-ever Super Bowl parade, with universities, schools and city offices all shuttering and mass transit being shifted to serve the needs of parade-going Eagles fans.


Bangladesh Opposition Leader Khaleda Zia awarded 5 years imprisonment

Bangladesh Opposition Leader Khaleda Zia awarded 5 years imprisonment

The Human Rights Watch has called on Bangladesh to stop arbitrary arrests and detentions of opposition BNP activists. Zia had faced the possibility of a life sentence. Zia's elder son is also involved in the scam. She has repeatedly said the charges against her are aimed at excluding her and her family from politics.


Country suffering due to wrong policies of Congress: Modi in LS

Country suffering due to wrong policies of Congress: Modi in LS

He said the non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks were a "sin" of the UPA government, alleging that the Congress was spreading lies to create a sense of disappointment among the middle class about his government. Even the Congress wants 'Gandhi's India.' - the India of the Emergency, Bofors, Chopper scams.Congress wants the India of the Tandoor Case. I ask you - how much has the taxpayer paid so far for full-page newspaper advertisements on the different birthdays of various members of one ...


Dutch gov't formally withdraws Turkish ambassador over 2017 row

Dutch gov't formally withdraws Turkish ambassador over 2017 row

The Netherlands has left its ambassador's seat in the Turkish capital of Ankara unfilled since April of past year after the Dutch government banned Turkey's foreign minister from speaking at a referendum rally. The dispute escalated when Dutch authorities banned the Turkish Minister of Family and Social Policies from appearing at a pro-government rally in Rotterdam, and was forced to leave the country with police escorts.


Lauri Love case: Hacking suspect wins extradition appeal

Lauri Love case: Hacking suspect wins extradition appeal

Lauri Love's appeal against extradition succeeds, but he will face trail in the UK. Lauri Love, who has Asperger's syndrome, is accused of involvement in a series of hacks in 2012 and 2013 into computers at agencies including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the USA army, the Missile Defense Agency and the Federal Reserve.