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NBC News/ WSJ pollsters say the midterm elections are all about turnout, which is influenced by intensity toward an issue.
Despite high obesity rates, Kansas City heart surgeon says steps are underway "to reduce heart mortality 20 percent by 2020."
The New Hampshire Senate voted to approve expansion, clearing the way for adoption in the state.
"That's not a data point we are really collecting in any sort of systematic way," says a senior official.
With the administration working desperately to get people enrolled, the information gap presents a high hurdle.
Tough state restrictions will likely have the state down to its final six abortion clinics by September.
Lower enrollment because of the HealthCare.gov rollout will save the government money.
If you like your plan, you can keep it—until 2016.
The delay, proposed in the latest House Republican counter to the health care law, would save the government $9.5 billion over the next decade, the CBO projects.
The Internet giant is working with the feds to address the growing problem of illegal online pharmacies.