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Amid insurance cancellations, some people are finding better coverage through Covered California, the state's health exchange. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

These Californians Greeted Canceled Health Plans With SmilesSouthern California Public Radio

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A man pushes his cart loaded with fuel containers in Tehran, Iran. Sanctions on Iran's oil have put a serious dent in the country's economy, pushing up the inflation rate to 40 percent. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Crippled By Sanctions, Iran's Economy Key In Nuclear Deal

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Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. (right) reacts to Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., at a May hearing. The two are co-authors of a federal IT reform bill. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

How HealthCare.gov Is Giving A Once-Obscure Bill A Boost

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Paul Salopek and his guide walk into the desert, on day 19 of the "Out of Eden walk" in the Afar region of Northeast Ethiopia. The walk with take about 7 years total. Paul Salopek/National Geographic hide caption

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The Picture Show

Around The World In ... A Lot Of Steps

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Men walk amid rubble after Boko Haram militants raided the town of Benisheik in northeast Nigeria, on Sept. 19. The Islamist group has been waging an insurgency in northern and central Nigeria for the past four years and was recently placed on the U.S. list of terrorist groups. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Africa

In Nigeria's Bloody Fight, Who's Gaining The Upper Hand?

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Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference in March. Pete Marovich/Getty Images hide caption

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Wisconsin Chooses Its Own Path To Overhaul MedicaidWUWM 89.7 FM - Milwaukee Public Radio

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The Taj Mahal Palace hotel on the night of the Mumbai terrorist attacks in 2008. Nearly 80 people were killed and an estimated 200 to 350 injured across the city that night. The Siege chronicles the events in the hotel. Pal Lillai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must-Reads

Tina Brown's Must-Reads: On Survival

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To fight hyperpartisanship and redistricting aimed at keeping politicians safe in their district, some states are experimenting with new primary voting systems. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

States Aim To Cure Hyperpartisanship With Primary Changes

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