Late Sign-Ups Show Obamacare Clinging to Life in Trump EraA deadline burst of sign-ups after a tumultuous year for the Obama health law has revealed continued demand for the program's subsidized individual health plans. But ACA troubles aren't over.
Mourners Pay Respects To San Francisco Mayor Ed LeeUshered in by an honor guard of police officers and sheriff's deputies, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee entered City Hall for the last time early Friday morning.
White House To Push Merit-Based Immigration In New CampaignThe White House is embarking on a major campaign to turn public opinion against the nation's largely family-based immigration system ahead of an all-out push next year to move toward a more merit-based structure.
Federal Judge Blocks Trump Rollback Of ACA Contraception CoverageA federal judge in Pennsylvania granted a motion Friday blocking President Donald Trump's efforts to rollback access to birth control services under the Affordable Care Act.
Trump Looks To Stop Spouses Of H-1B Visa Holders From WorkingThe Trump administration will propose revoking a rule that makes spouses of thousands of immigrant workers eligible to work while in the U.S., potentially complicating a major driver of technology jobs.
Senator Openly Mocks Trump Judicial NomineeA Democratic senator took to Twitter Thursday night to highlight the apparent inability of a Trump judicial nominee to answer basic questions about the law.
Berkeley Urban Shield Protesters Claim Police Used Excessive ForceSeven people who say they were injured by Berkeley police during a protest at the close of a City Council meeting in June filed an administrative claim against the city Thursday.
Ex-'Apprentice' Star Omarosa to Tell All About White HouseFormer "Apprentice" star Omarosa is putting the White House on notice as she makes her exit: She has "quite a story to tell" about her time in President Donald Trump's administration and "the world will want to hear it."
California Health Officials Release Guidelines To Avoid Cellphone RadiationFor the first time ever, the California Department of Public Health is releasing guidelines about harmful cell phone radiation and how you can avoid it.
Wildfires Prompt Tougher Rules For California UtilitiesCalifornia is ordering utility companies to do more to keep power lines from sparking devastating wildfires.
National Park Service Reduces Free Admission DaysThe National Park Service announced this week it's waiving admission fees on only four days in 2018.
Man Acquitted In Steinle Case Seeks New Trial On Gun Conviction Defense attorneys on Thursday filed a motion for a new trial for Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, the man acquitted of murder last month in the fatal shooting of Kate Steinle.

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