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  • Finally, the Obamacare rollout

     Finally, the Obamacare rollout
    State insurance-buying exchanges — one of the centerpieces of President Obama's controversial 2010 healthcare law — begin their first open enrollment period Tuesday, an event that both supporters and opponents have been eagerly anticipating...
  • As key parts of Obamacare kick in, the stakes are high for both parties

    As key parts of Obamacare kick in, the stakes are high for both parties
    WASHINGTON — The debate over President Obama's signature healthcare law enters a crucial phase this week as the real effect on consumers starts to come into focus after more than 3 1/2 years of partisan claims and counter-claims. For both sides in...
  • Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. wins by acrimonious decision

    Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. wins by acrimonious decision
    Another night of boxing, more controversy. The sport currently comes with an odor. Even more than usual. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., more famous by birth than achievement, won a 10-round unanimous decision Saturday night at StubHub Center. He beat Bryan...
  • Republican-led House votes to delay Obamacare for a year

    Republican-led House votes to delay Obamacare for a year
    WASHINGTON – Defying threats from Senate Democrats to reject all attempts to curtail President Obama’s healthcare law, the Republican-led House on Saturday amended a government-spending bill to delay the law for a year, increasing the...
  • California insurance exchange chief has health reform 'in his bones'

    California insurance exchange chief has health reform 'in his bones'
    Republicans in Congress are railing against the healthcare law as a government takeover of medicine. The massive program will harm patients and cost far too much, critics say. Supporters are being branded as socialists. This isn't just the latest...
  • Letters: No, Republicans don't want to kill grandma

    Letters: No, Republicans don't want to kill grandma
    Re "Obamacare as political theater," Opinion, Sept. 26 Marilyn Moon confuses two distinct aspects of social programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security: purpose and performance. She is correct that voters strongly support the goals of...
  • Ex-soldiers accused of guarding drug cartels, plot to kill DEA agent

    Ex-soldiers accused of guarding drug cartels, plot to kill DEA agent
    An Army officer with more than 20 years in uniform has been indicted in New York, accused of acting as a contract killer and the leader of a band of mercenaries who provided security for international drug cartels, officials said Friday.  Joseph...
  • Chase Bank set to be first in L.A. with sign on residential building

    Chase Bank set to be first in L.A. with sign on residential building
    With the city of Los Angeles cracking down on many forms of outdoor advertising, Chase Bank has found a creative way to promote its brand — at the top of a downtown condominium tower. It's common for commercial tenants to put their names on office...
  • Under new policy, San Diego sues marijuana dispensary

    Under new policy, San Diego sues marijuana dispensary
      SAN DIEGO -- The city attorney is suing to force a medical marijuana dispensary to close, a sign of a changed policy since the resignation of Mayor Bob Filner. Soon after taking office, Filner had called for the city attorney to stop taking...
  • Poll: What should the House do with the Senate's spending plan?

    Poll: What should the House do with the Senate's spending plan?
    The Senate passed its version of a stopgap funding measure Friday afternoon, accepting the House's spending limits but stripping out provisions that sought to "defund Obamacare" (which wouldn't have affected most of the law's major features). The debate...
  • Glitch delays online tools for U.S. health insurance marketplaces

    Glitch delays online tools for U.S. health insurance marketplaces
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration, facing glitches in necessary computer systems, is delaying two online tools supposed to go live Tuesday for enrolling Americans in insurance under the president's health law. California is unaffected by the...