Friday Dec 6
Knoxville News Sentinel
States rejecting Medicaid costing taxpayers billions of dollars
Congressman Michael Burgess attends a press conference to discuss the ObamaCare Choice Act on Capitol Hill October 29, 2013 in Washington, D.C. States that have opted not to expand their Medicaid programs as part of federal health care reform are giving up tens of billions of dollars in U.S. subsidies toward insurance programs for low-income ... (more)
Accuracy In Academia
Common Core's Uncommon Opponents
If there's one thing education experts agree on, it's that Common Core isn't creating a lot of common alliances! In an interesting political twist, the President's national standards seem to be producing plenty of strange partnerships.
The Kansas City Star
Updated healthcare.gov gets mixed reviews
Kyle Van Winkle worked in the banking industry, and it's still unclear how he died.
Florida consumer confidence rebounds in November
Heading into the holidays, consumer confidence in Florida snapped back after the federal government shutdown sapped confidence the prior month, according to the monthly survey from the University of Florida .
Matt Porter: The silent stories
It's Tuesday afternoon, and assistant volleyball coach Matt Porter is here early, again.
California exchange rejects extension of Obamacare-canceled plans
California's new health exchange will not allow canceled policies to extend past the end of the year, defying President Barack Obama's effort to repair his pledge that people can keep their current plans.
WINK-TV Fort Myers
Study paints grim picture for flood insurance in Florida
Floridians might not see relief from skyrocketing flood insurance bills as soon as they'd like.
The Miami Herald
In Miami, health secretary Kathleen Sebelius admits testing of Obamacare website 'not sufficient'
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, visiting Miami on Tuesday for the second time in three months to promote the Affordable Care Act, vowed to finish the job of repairing the federally-run healthcare.gov website but also tried to refocus the discussion on Medicaid expansion — pushing back on weeks of withering criticism from ... (more)
FOX 4 Now
Radel opponents speak about arrest
Many of Rep. Radel's former opponents are speaking out following the revelation that the congressman was charged with cocaine posession.