#BreakingNews: NYPD: Reports Of Fatalities After Rental Truck Hits Several People

Initial reports said that there was a shooting with multiple injured, but the latest reports indicate the driver of a rental truck intentionally drove the wrong way down a bike path, killing at least six people.

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Stoked! Weed May Light The Flame For A Roll In The Hay

A new study of tens of thousands of Americans contradicts stereotypes that stoners have less sex.

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Past-Due Premiums, Missing Tax Forms May Hamstring Marketplace Customers

People hoping to get federal subsidized marketplace coverage may need to make sure their 2017 premiums are paid and that they filed all the correct documents with their 2016 taxes.

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Postcard From Canada: In The Land Of Single-Payer, Bernie Sanders Gets Hero’s Welcome

The Vermont senator found a friendly audience when he took his “Medicare-for-all message” to Canada.

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Timeline: Insulin Market Under Scrutiny

A flurry of federal and state probes have targeted insulin manufacturers and pharmacy benefit managers — middlemen in the prescription drug-pricing pipeline. Here, we connect the legal dots.

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Período de inscripción caótico pone en peligro cobertura de latinos

Una de las metas del Obamacare fue que los latinos accedieran a atención médica. Pero ese logro, se bajó el porcentaje de hispanos sin seguro de 43% en 2010 a menos del 25% en 2016, corre peligro en un período que comienza con incertidumbres.

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Big Gains In Latino Health Coverage Poised To Slip During Chaotic Enrollment Season

Efforts in past years have cut uninsured rates among Hispanics from 43 to 25 percent, but navigators say they anticipate a challenging sign-up period.

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Money For Health Law Navigators Slashed — Except Where It’s Not

Two states, North and South Carolina, have very different outlooks since the Trump administration cut funding for the people who help others sign up for health insurance.

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Flurry Of Federal And State Probes Target Insulin Drugmakers And Pharma Middlemen

Over the past two years, a powerful federal prosecutor and several state attorneys general have launched investigations related to diabetes drugs.

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Rural Areas — Already Short On Health Resources — Face Enrollment Hitches

Affordable Care Act supporters in Georgia say they are facing a daunting task in getting people signed up for health insurance.

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