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Obamacare applications near 700,000, official says
Obamacare applications near 700,000, official says

About 700,000 applications have been submitted for U.S. healthcare coverage being offered through new exchanges created by President Barack Obama's healthcare law, a U.S. official said on Thursday.

Conflict of interest charge leveled at FDA advisory panel chair
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Cormac McCarthy keeps moviegoers guessing in 'The Counselor'
Cormac McCarthy keeps moviegoers guessing in 'The Counselor'

When Michael Fassbender faced the challenge of interpreting the lead role in Cormac McCarthy's first original screenplay, he wasn't about to quiz the renowned American novelist about the gaps in the script for the crime drama "The Counselor."

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Analysis: T-Mobile strategy could eat into business of AT&T, Verizon
Analysis: T-Mobile strategy could eat into business of AT&T, Verizon

T-Mobile US Inc is expected to post stronger subscriber growth than its larger rival AT&T Inc for the second straight quarter, suggesting the upstart carrier's bold new customer policies could shake up the U.S. mobile market

Microsoft asks U.S. government for freedom to disclose security requests
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Congressman Paul Ryan sees narrower focus for new budget talks
Congressman Paul Ryan sees narrower focus for new budget talks

A new round of budget negotiations that starts next week should focus more narrowly on replacing automatic spending cuts rather than attempt to reach an elusive "grand bargain," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said on Thursday.

Goldman Sachs profit doubles on investment gains, lower tax rate
Exclusive: Police probe possible links between terrorism suspect and Boston bombing
Senators reach tentative deal ending filibuster fight
New Egypt cabinet sworn in without a single Islamist
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Contractor says warned U.S. officials about healthcare website risks
Contractor says warned U.S. officials about healthcare website risks

A software contractor for the U.S. government's troubled new healthcare website said on Thursday that his company warned officials about performance risks before it opened on October 1, saying there was too little time for system testing.

Financier George Soros backs Hillary Clinton for U.S. president
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