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Give Thanks For Delicious Football Matchups

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New IRS Rules Would Lessen Influence Of Social Welfare Groups

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Syrian Regime, Opposition Groups To Start Peace Talks In January

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Angst Over Health Law Leaves Obama, Democrats In Congress Divided

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First Numbers From Health Exchange Expected To Be Low

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Devastation, Looting In The Philippines After Deadly Typhoon

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The mental health parity law passed in 2008, but it didn't cover people in smaller health plans. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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White House Releases Long-Awaited Rules On Mental Health

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Federal Appeals Court Stays Ruling Against NYPD Stop-And-Frisk

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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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