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  1. 1. View on the Web. Friday, October 25, 2013 Full tests of HealthCare.gov began too late, contractors say Sandhya Somashekhar and Amy Goldstein IT companies testify that the government was in control of the site’s testing schedule. Latest headlines Crime rates rise for second straight year California issues largest campaignreporting fine National digest: Court rules on campaign contributions Obama hosts immigration advocates at White House PresidentObama’sbench press Soros weighs in early on 2016 race ‘Generally, presidents are very bad at firing people’ Transcript: Obama’sremarks on immigrationreform Critics say crowdsourcing doesn’t protect investors Lawmakers focus on replacing sequester spending cuts The Fix
  2. 2. Doug Gansler’s “Worst Week“ The five biggest takeaways from the final Cuccinelli-McAuliffe debate How Democrats can win back the House -- in 4 not-so-easy steps Opinions An interview with Australia’s Tony Abbott Conrad: Revenue isn’t off the table U.S.-Afghanistan relations Fourdecades in solitary SaudiArabia’ssharp turn Redskins name a racialslur GOP: Stop being so negative The world is watching China Real-world advice for young women HealthCare.gov didn’t have to hurt so much Health care news Implementing Obamacare LATEST UPDATES | What you need to know about the new health-care law as it begins to take effect. How much will you pay for insurance? CALCULATOR | Use this tool to figure out how much health coverage might cost you on the new online marketplaces under the new health-care law. ACA enrollment numbers, by state Although enrollment numbers for insurance exchanges set up in states by the federal government won’t be available for several weeks, states operating their own health-care insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, and the District of Columbia, have started to release enrollment data.
  3. 3. Photos Behind the scenes at the White House Images of the president at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. and elsewhere, by official White House photographer Pete Souza. PHOTOS: Michelle Obama's Washington Video 8 Republicans who support part of Obamacare Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) is the latest GOP governor to go against his party's position and take up a key part of the Affordable Care Act in his state. IN PLAY: Obamacare explained, in 2 minutes
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