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State Obamacare Exchanges Experience Growing Pains

Minnesota, Colorado and Connecticut are figuring out how to keep their health insurance marketplaces afloat as federal startup funding runs out.

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'Morning Edition' Listeners Share 'Love Lock' Stories

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State Obamacare Exchanges Experience Growing Pains

State Obamacare Exchanges Experience Growing Pains

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Jurors in the trial of Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes will hear differing expert opinions about whether Holmes was legally insane at the time of the shooting. Andy Cross/AP hide caption

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Trial Of Aurora Theater Shooting Suspect Could Be A Battle Of The Experts

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In Baltimore, Violent Crime Is Up, And Residents Say Police Presence Is Down

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Phone Carriers Tight-Lipped On How They Will Comply With New Surveillance Law

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