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New Poll finds Americans fear the system11/22/14
Americans of all stripes feel the system is stacked against them, double mastectomy rates rise and a tech gift guide.
#Obama lays out his immigration plan
Obama to protect 4 million-plus immigrants from deportation, how will Obama's immigration plan affect jobs and wages and "Disney on Ice presents Frozen" tops the NHL and NBA.
Gunman killed after shooting at FSU
Gunman killed after shooting at FSU, Obama sets immigration rollout for this week and apps to clean up the loyalty-card clutter.
Senate Narrowly Defeats Keystone XL Bill
Senate narrowly defeats Keystone XL bill, what's going on with this weather, and watch out for elephants and llamas at the next wedding you attend.
President Orders Review of U.S. Hostage Policies
Missouri declares State of Emergency before Ferguson decision, what should be done about ISIS beheadings, and bank tellers battle obsolescence.
Islamic State Militants Kill U.S. Hostage
Islamic State militants kill U.S. hostage Peter Kassig, Obama dismisses consultant's remarks on Obamacare and investing in cybersecurity.
Trying to protect high school locker rooms.
Protecting high school locker rooms from hazing and bullying, tips for signing up for healthcare and Elsa dominates Anna.
U.S. spy program hits Americans' cellphones
Americans' cellphones targeted in secret U.S. spy program, a new immigration fight is brewing in Washington and unlimited offers that aren't unlimited.
Re-enrolling on HealthCare.gov holds surprises
Surprises lurk for people re-enrolling on HealthCare.gov, Keystone Pipeline has become key to Louisiana race and vacationing at an airport.
U.S. and China come to climate change agreement
U.S. and China come to climate change agreement, Ferguson, Missouri prepares for more unrest and men, its time to get up and dance.
Last Ebola Patient in U.S. Set to Be Released
Health-Law enrollment in 2015 won't meet forecast, U.S. delays delivery of F-16 fighter planes to Iraq, and some facts about Veterans.
Airstrikes Target Islamic State Leaders Near Mosul
Coalition airstrikes targeted Islamic State leaders near Mosul, one year after the Target breach: what have we learned, and slowing down will get You through a traffic jam faster.
Will the economy rebound With the Republican win
Will the economy rebound With the Republican win, how wine has lead to disaster and tracking down a bike theft.
Boehner Warns Obama Against Unilateral Action
Obama wrote secret letter to Iran's Khamenei about fighting Islamic State, Democrats sift the wreckage for lessons, and TV ad sales on shaky ground.
#Obama and #McConnell to seek common ground
Parties vow to seek common ground, tax breaks that are on Congress's new agenda and the no-nonsense trend of being fired.
Republicans take control of the Senate
Republicans hold majority in Senate and House, how can the President reboot his image and will the gridlock finally end.
Campaign's run last chance push to voters
Control of Senate might not Be decided today, campaigns turn to social-media to track political sentiment and why NBA teams might want to track the height of referees.
Senate Control Comes Down to Eight Races
Voters favor GOP by slim margin for control of Congress, WSJ/NBC News poll shows, hospitals wrestle with extent of Ebola treatment, and college applicants get glimpse at their future job prospects.
Both Parties Launch Broad Push for Early Voting
Republicans, Democrats launch broad push for early voting, skinnier seats on more crowded planes, and 5 health impacts of daylight-saving time's end.
Nurse Defies Ebola Quarantine in Maine
Eric Frein, suspect in Pennsylvania Police ambush is captured, Democrats lose their grip on voters with keys to the House, and Gordon takes on a phishing scam.
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