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Some prominent health insurers, including industry giant UnitedHealth Group Inc., are not participating in California's new state-run health insurance market, possibly limiting the number of choices for millions of consumers. UnitedHealth, the nation'...
Alarmed by the recent federal seizure of Associated Press phone records, a California lawmaker has proposed new protections for the records of reporters and editors in this state. State Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) said Thursday he will introduce...
Commuters on Monday grappled with the inconvenience of their morning ritual after a deadly train collision in Connecticut last week, but the traffic nightmare that some had predicted did not materialize. Special shuttle buses and telecommuting took some...
WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors secretly obtained records of telephone calls from more than 20 telephone lines belonging to the Associated Press and its journalists over a two-month period in an apparent investigation of a leak of sensitive...
WASHINGTON — Federal prosecutors secretly obtained telephone records from more than 20 lines belonging to the Associated Press and its journalists in an attempt to learn who leaked information on how the CIA thwarted an apparent terrorist plot...
Tags: Eric Holder, U.S. Senate, Lawyers, Media Industry, Civil Rights
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By some measures, Matthew Karanian was a Connecticut Yankee: a 34-year-old litigator in Hartford, American-born and bred. But he had a wild idea. So he took a summer off, headed for the rustic land of his ancestors, and soon found that Armenia was...
Tags: Hate Crimes, Russia, Travel, Tourism and Leisure, Armenia
This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. For a carrier whose parent company is still in bankruptcy, American Airlines doesn’t show signs of retrenching. The airline announced plans Wednesday to expand to eight new...
FrameworkEach week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. Tensions are high on the Korean Penninsula, where North Korea has been railing against U.S.-South Korean military exercises that began in March and are to continue until the end of this month....
FrameworkWednesday's Pictures in the News begins inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, where actor Jack Nicholson joined former Laker Shaquille O'Neal to retire his number. Further down in Orange County, a sheriff's deputy talks to the parents of missing hiker...
Lawmakers in Connecticut, the site of the Dec. 14 massacre that renewed a national debate over gun control, passed a bipartisan measure that increases background checks for buyers and bans the sale of semiautomatic rifles like the one used in Newtown&...
WASHINGTON - An Alabama bridge that was the site of the "Bloody Sunday" civil rights march, an Oklahoma battlefield where "Native Americans fought as members of both Union and Confederate armies," and a Kentucky distillery that operated before, during and...
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