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Like many Americans of his generation, Kurt Chew-Een Lee was eager to fight in World War II. He left college at age 18 to enlist in the Marine Corps.
Only 5.4 million people are on track to purchase marketplace health coverage by the time open enrollment ends on March 31, according to a new analysis from Avalere Health.
More than 4.2 million people have signed up for coverage on the nation’s health insurance marketplaces through February, but low participation from young adults and early technical problems with the website have jeopardized the government...
When arresting officers asked quadruple murder suspect Kyle Flack "Where is the baby?" last year, he answered, "What baby?" according to testimony in a court hearing that began Tuesday morning.
The Obama administration announced Monday that it will not proceed with several contentious proposals to change the Medicare prescription drug program in 2015 after congressional Democrats and Republicans expressed major concerns about the plans.
September 21, 2013, was a day Rachel Layer thought would be her last.
After a five-hour standoff Sunday, a man who had climbed to the top of a building at FBI headquarters in San Diego was taken into custody, officials said.
A bill by a Santa Monica, Calif., assemblyman that would ban orca shows at SeaWorld is being blasted in San Diego, home of the marine theme park.
The pilot killed in the crash of an F/A-18C Hornet in northern Nevada was identified Saturday as Marine Capt. Reid Nannen.
Drones, once known as weapons of war, are undergoing a dramatic makeover as a hot new business tool in the sky. But, as with unmanned military craft, domestic drones are prompting concerns over safety and privacy.