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Insurers: Despite deadline, Obamacare glitches persist

The Obama administration is promising a much smoother ride on come Saturday, but insurers worry that behind-the-scenes glitches will keep consumers from enrolling in the health insurance plans they want.

IAEA: Iran invites inspectors to visit Arak nuclear site

Iran has invited inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency to visit its Arak heavy-water reactor on December 8, the nuclear watchdog said in a statement Thursday.

Crime Stoppers looking for suspects involved in residential burglary in early November

On Monday, November 11, 2013, a deputy was called to a home in the 7000 block of County Road 1201 outside of Rusk for a burglary.

TED CRUZ: Supreme Court should strike down Obamacare requirements forcing violation of faith

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) Tuesday, released the following statement regarding the announcement that the U.S. Supreme Court will review Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. v. Sebelius and Sebelius v.

Pope calls for big changes in the church

Pope Francis on Tuesday called for big changes in the Roman Catholic Church -- including at the very top -- saying he knows it will be a messy business but he expects his flock to dive in feet first.

Fake meat is on the menu this Thanksgiving

As Americans sharpen their knives for Thanksgiving dinner, a new crop of food tech start-ups are carving out their own niche -- faux-meat products that replicate the flavor and feel of the real thing without the ethical quandaries.

Amanda Knox retrial: Prosecutor calls for 30-year sentence

Amanda Knox should receive a 30-year sentence for the 2007 killing of British exchange student Meredith Kercher, an Italian prosecutor said at her retrial Tuesday.

A tourist at home: Louvre director Jean-Luc Martinez goes undercover

It's the height of summer in Paris, and the director of the most famous art museum in the world is queuing like any other tourist.

WH: Obamacare website 'on track' to meet Nov. 30 goal

 Obama administration officials are sounding increasingly confident they will meet the President's goal of having the troubled website working for the "vast majority" of users by November 30.

US Capitol Christmas Tree arrives at the West Front

An evergreen from Washington state is now in Washington, D.C. as workers prepare it to become the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. House Speaker John Boehner will preside over the illumination the evening of December 3.