Egyptian soldiers and police have clashed with Islamists protesting the president's ouster, in bloodshed that killed at least 40 people, according to government officials and witnesses. One witness ... more 
Egyptian soldiers and police have clashed with Islamists protesting the president's ouster, in bloodshed that killed at least 40 people, according to government officials and witnesses. One witness says gunmen loyal to the ousted Mohammed Morsi, including some on the roof of a nearby mosque, opened fire first. Morsi's supporters say the troops fired on protesters as they performed early morning prayers. Obama's Insurance Delay Won't Affect Many, the White House announced that it would delay for another year one provision of the 2010 health care reform act. Larger employers will now have until 2015 before they will have to provide insurance or face penalties. Egyptian soldiers and police opened fire on supporters of ousted President Morsi in bloodshed that claimed at least 40 lives. The violence plunged the divided country deeper into crisis with calls by Islamists for all-out rebellion against the army. The carnage outside the Republican Guard building in Cairo marked the biggest death toll since massive protests forced Morsi's government from power. less 
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Mon, Jul 8, 2013 12:06 PM EDT