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  • Who Should Get Obamacare Subsidies: Supreme Court Hears Major Challenge

    Obamacare, dodged a bullet in 2012 when the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate. The nine justices will hear arguments over whether it’s legal to give out the subsidies in 34 states where the federal government established and runs the insurance exchanges, The stakes are…

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  • Netanyahu: Iran Engaged in Deadly 'Game of Thrones'

    “In this deadly 'Game of Thrones,' there is no place for America or for Israel. ...So when it comes to Iran or ISIS the enemy of your enemy is your enemy," he said. He then turned to Iran, warning that "Iran's regime poses a great threat not only to Israel but also to the peace of the entire…

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  • Former CIA Head David Petraeus to Plead Guilty

    Specifically, the charge is unauthorized removal and retention of classified material. Contacted by ABC News, Petraeus’ attorney, David Kendall said he had “no comment” on the guilty plea. Following the agreement with Petraeus, the Justice Department issued a statement: “Three documents -- a…

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  • Bill Clinton’s Portrait Artist Secretly Includes Monica Lewinsky

    The artist who painted the official portrait of President Bill Clinton that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. has revealed a surprise -- the portrait “subtly” incorporated Monica Lewinsky. Artist Nelson Shanks says that the shadow on the left side of the portrait was cast…

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  • Warren Buffett: These 2 Men May Succeed Him at Berkshire Hathaway

    Alongside Buffett's annual letter to shareholders released on Saturday, Berkshire's vice chairman Charlie Munger named two candidates -- the company's reinsurance chief, Ajit Jain, and the head of its utility company, Greg Abel. Born in India, Jain, 63, manages the Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance…

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  • Barbara Mikulski: From Girl Scout to Senator, 7 Things You Might Not Know About the Retiring Senator

    Mikulski, who was first elected to the Senate in 1986, said she made the decision to fight for the people of Maryland instead of campaigning for herself another time around. I'm Senator Barb,” Mikulski said at a news conference in Baltimore. As the longest serving female senator, Mikulski is…

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  • Model Dating Boris Nemtsov: Girlfriend Describes What She Saw When Putin Critic Was Gunned Down

    The 23-year-old model who was with Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov when he was assassinated told a Russian TV channel that she didn't see the shooter. In a Skype interview with Dozhd TV, Ukrainian model Anna Duritskaya added that "nothing suspicious happened" before the shooting. The…

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  • Boris Nemtsov Shot in Russia: 18 Cameras, But None Captured Mysterious Killing of Putin Critic

    The shooting death of Boris Nemtsov happened in what might be one of the most watched location in all of Russia. It was brazen --literally a stone's throw from the famous Kremlin wall. ABC News counted at least 18 security cameras in the immediate vicinity of the site where, according to Russia's…

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  • Republicans Blocking DHS Funding Are 'Delusional,' Rep. Peter King Says

    House Homeland Security Committee member Rep. Peter King today called some members of his Republican caucus "self-righteous and delusional" for opposing a bill that would fund the Department of Homeland Security. "I said the other night, when I was at the Republican meeting, that they are…

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  • John Kerry Doesn't Want Benjamin Netanyahu Visit to Become 'Some Great Political Football'

    Kerry echoed frustrations expressed by the White House that House Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Netanyahu was inappropriate. The White House has expressed anger with both the Republican-led House of Representatives and with Netanyahu’s office, not only for excluding them from the invitation…

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  • John Kerry Stands by Claim Americans Face 'Less' Daily Threat

    Secretary of State John Kerry said today he stands by his statement that Americans are facing fewer daily threats, even though he's received heavy criticism for his remarks. In an exclusive interview with ABC News' Martha Raddatz on "This Week," explained the rationale behind his claims to…

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  • Missing Log Cabin Found 3,750 Feet Away From Original Location

    A man returned to his property in Oregon earlier this week only to find that his log cabin was gone. Police were able to determine that the neighbor who paid $3,000 for the cabin had no idea it was stolen.

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  • Carly Fiorina Accuses Hillary Clinton of Playing an 'Imitation' Game

    Positioning herself as the anti-Hillary Clinton candidate in a crowded field of prospective GOP 2016 contenders, Carly Fiorina is unapologetic in attacking the presumptive Democratic nominee. “I think it’s totally fair game to call out the presumptive Democratic nominee on her track record and…

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  • Canadian City Sues US Guardrail Maker For $500 Million

    The complaint, obtained by ABC News, seeks half a billion dollars in damages on behalf of the city of Stratford, located in Ontario, Canada and alleges Trinity Industries of Dallas, the manufacturer of the ET-Plus guardrail system, "mislead its customers" by not disclosing "secret” modifications it…

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  • Sen. Jim Inhofe Throws Snowball on Senate Floor in Attempt to Debunk Climate Change

    Sen. Jim Inhofe, a devoted climate change denier, tossed a snowball at someone on the Senate floor today as he tried to debunk climate change. “So, Mr. President, catch this,” Inhofe, R-Okla., said on the Senate floor, tossing the snowball to someone off-screen as he tried to suppress a smile. …

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  • Aaron Hernandez Trial: Prosecutors Play Video of Him Before the Murder

    Prosecutors in Massachusetts today showed surveillance video of Aaron Hernandez the night he allegedly murdered Odin Lloyd. Prosecutors have said that Hernandez, 25, rented a Nissan Altima -- the same one seen in the surveillance footage played in court today -- prior to Lloyd's murder. Inside…

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  • How 3 Ordinary Americans Are Getting Paid for Their Social Media Posts

    Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter are profiting off your posts. Last quarter, Facebook reported ad revenue of $3.6 billion, and that’s 53 percent more than just one year ago. A new social media upstart called Tsu is trying to do just that. Tsu gives 90 percent of its revenue back to…

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