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Francis didn’t refer to the Maynard case specifically.
“We work in secret and we pride ourselves on that, so if somebody comes out and spills this much, it angers the rest of us.”
Police say a paramedic who was at the game immediately responded and tried to help.
The change cuts about 70 percent of that legal jargon.
The University of Minnesota is getting worldwide recognition.
With 7 million paying customers in new insurance markets, the Affordable Care Act has shown it is helping to reduce the number of uninsured.
The suspect fled a few blocks away after abandoning a car — which had just been stolen.
Options under consideration include suing the president to overturn his action, or passing a stand-alone bill to try to stop him.
“These results demonstrate the fact that our greatest concerns have been true for years.”
Last year, the European Union banned the sale of new cosmetic products containing ingredients tested on animals, and India followed.
Recall follows death of a Malaysian woman.
New signup period starts Saturday.
She will become the first woman to head the agency.
Setting the stage for a Senate showdown that mixes energy politics with a fight over Louisiana’s Senate seat.
The highest-ranking church official in the U.S. to be convicted of failing to take action in response to abuse allegations.
The Health and Human Services department released a massive computer file of 2015 premiums one day ahead of the start of open enrollment.
Offering prayer, shelter, food and a safe sanctuary for protesters, residents, schoolchildren and others who may be affected by potential un…