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Administration Sends Mixed Signals On State Health Insurance Waivers

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When states applied for waivers from Obamacare rules to reduce premiums and strengthen their insurance markets, they didn't get the answers they wanted, prompting some to suggest a conspiracy.

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Review: William Patrick Corgan, 'Ogilala'

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For his second solo album, The Smashing Pumpkins visionary worked with renowned producer Rick Rubin. The result is a breathtaking balance between intimacy and imagination.

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Puerto Rico's Governor Is In Washington To Meet With Trump

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Parts of Puerto Rico look as if the hurricane struck yesterday, not last month. Gov. Ricardo Rossello is in Washington to speak with members of Congress. He'll also meet with President Trump.

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Details Of Bipartisan Health Insurance Plan Come Into Focus

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Text of legislation, obtained by NPR, offers ways to fix the Affordable Care Act that some Republicans and Democrats favor. Whether it ever becomes law, is a different question.

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All-Boys School In D.C. Focuses On Helping Young Men Of Color

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The public school is designed to meet the needs of young men of color. It features a "restorative justice circle," which includes the school's psychologist, a social worker and counselors.

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Canadian Man Sues Low-Cost Sunwing Airlines Over Beverage Service

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He says the champagne service on his flight to Cuba was sparkling wine — not champagne. The airline says champagne service means a certain class of service — not what beverage would be in the glass.

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Political Fight Over Condolence Calls, Health Bill Addresses 'Bailout' Concerns

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Back and forth over Trump condolence calls escalates. A part of the health bill has to do with payments to insurance companies that are supposed to go to subsidizing coverage for low income customers.

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Morning News Brief: Puerto Rico, Senate Health Care Plan

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President Trump welcomes the governor of Puerto Rico to the White House Thursday. A bipartisan bill in the Senate to help stabilize Affordable Care Act marketplaces is officially released on Thursday.

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Night + Market Chef's New Cookbook Combines Thai Food And Fun

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David Greene talks to chef Kris Yenbamroong about his new cookbook. It's titled: Night Market: Delicious Thai Food to Facilitate Drinking and Fun-Having Amongst Friends.

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North Korea's Cut From Small Businesses Goes To Its Nuclear Program

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North Korea is known as one of the most closed down socialist economies in the world. But even still, there is a small class of budding entrepreneurs. We learn how that works.

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Pirate Party Parliament Member In Iceland Wears Eye Patch

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Eva Pandora Baldursdottir says it's not an old sea injury, just a bizarre accident when her one-year-old scratched her eye. She had to wear the eye patch for a TV debate.

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Sen. Kaine Backs Measure To Stabilize The ACA's Insurance Markets

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David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia about a new bipartisan health care proposal out of the Senate that looks to stabilize insurance markets shaken by President Trump last week.

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Spain Moves To Strip Catalonia's Regional Autonomy

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Spain was preparing to impose direct rule over semi-autonomous Catalonia after the region's leader Carles Puigdemont declined to categorically renounce an independence referendum.

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University Of Florida Officials Brace For White Nationalist's Speech

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The campus in Gainesville is on high alert. It's intended to prevent an outbreak of violence around a speech, scheduled for later Thursday by White Nationalist Richard Spencer.

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Opposition Movement Struggles To Unseat Venezuela's President

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Venezuela's opposition is in crisis. They say the president is using dirty tricks to gut their efforts to unseat him. But critics blame the opposition for a muddled message and poor leadership.

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