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Jon Stewart, shown here interviewing President Obama on The Daily Show in October 2012, has been lampooning the problems with the Affordable Care Act website in recent episodes. Brad Barket/PictureGroup hide caption

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Medicinal Laughs: Could 'Daily Show' Sour Millennials On ACA?
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When Celebrity Retirements Don't Quite Stick
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Sean Combs' Revolt TV: Puff Daddy Magic?
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Cars lie smashed by the collapsed Interstate 5 connector a few hours after the Northridge earthquake on Jan. 17, 1994, in California. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Preparing For The Big One, Whisper Campaigns, 'Frankenstein'
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Ozy co-founder Carlos Watson talks about a teen singer with a grown-up voice and Harleys in Vietnam. Courtesy of Ozy.com hide caption

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A Teenage Music Phenom, Infographics, Motorcycles In Vietnam
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Actress Marcia Wallace has died at age 70. She was a fixture on American television for decades, thanks to long-running roles on The Bob Newhart Show and The Simpsons. Angela Weiss/Getty Images hide caption

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Photographer Jaime Moore re-created portraits of famous women from history starring her daughter, Emma. Here, Emma poses as Amelia Earhart. Jaime Moore/Jaime Moore Photography hide caption

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Mother And Daughter Play A Remarkable Game Of Dress-Up
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A countdown clock at Fusion's Miami studio tracks the time until the network's Monday launch. J Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Fusion Wants Young Latinos To Turn On Their TVs
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Divide By D'oh! The 'Mathematical Secrets' Of The Simpsons
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