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As Federal Government Cuts Obamacare Ads, Private Insurer Steps Up

The federal government has cut advertising for the Affordable Care Act's enrollment period by 90 percent. So insurer Oscar Health has started its own campaign in New York and five other states.

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As Federal Government Cuts Obamacare Ads, Private Insurer Steps Up

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Nikol Szymul staffs a reception desk at Amazon offices in downtown Seattle. Online retail powerhouse Amazon is searching for a second headquarters location, which an official from Toronto has called "the Olympics of the corporate world." Glenn Chapman/Getty Images hide caption

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Cities Try Convincing Amazon They're Ready For Its New Headquarters

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The Hughes Glomar Explorer off the coast of Catalina Island, Calif., in August 1975, a year after its secret CIA mission to raise a Soviet sub that sank in the Pacific Ocean. This was one of the CIA's most elaborate and expensive operations. The CIA has just declassified new documents that show the Soviets were suspicious, but never actually knew what the Americans were doing. AP hide caption

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How The CIA Found A Soviet Sub — Without The Soviets Knowing

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Senior Airman Yazmine Nanasca with a control tower crew at Altus Air Force Base guide a C-17 cargo plane a KC-135 tanker as it taxis to the runway for a day-long training mission in southwestern Oklahoma. Joe Wertz/StateImpact Oklahoma hide caption

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New Wind Farms Cause Friction In The Sky Over Military Flight Routes

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Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, announces features of the new iPhone X on Sept. 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple campus in Cupertino, Calif. The phone's new ability to unlock itself using a scan of its owners face inspired a strong, divided reaction. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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iPhone X's Face ID Inspires Privacy Worries — But Convenience May Trump Them

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Dozens of camps have sprouted in Bangladesh since the Rohingya have begun arriving.Michael Sullivan / NPR Michael Sullivan / NPR hide caption

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Bangladesh Copes With Chaos: Rohingya Refugees Are 'Coming And Coming'

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Industry-watchers say the number of arcades in the U.S. has been growing along with a demand for new, but old-fashioned games. Sebastien Berda/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Looking For Analog: Old Button-Mashing Arcades Come Back For A New Generation

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Conversations Between 2 20th-Century Icons Inspires A New Play

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