The Obama administration has shelved plans for small businesses to sign up for insurance policies using the troubled HealthCare.gov website and will instead encourage companies to sign up through an insurer, agent or broker, officials said.
The federal government's effort to place new limits on political activity by tax-exempt groups has drawn concern from some of the affected organizations. But some campaign-finance lawyers said they would welcome the legal clarity.
The Bloomberg administration has presented a grand vision to protect the coastline from future storms with towering dunes and flood walls. But homeowners said that long-term vision comes at an immediate cost.
The U.S.'s flying of B-52 bombers uncontested through China's new air-defense zone is challenging Chinese efforts to assert its power, prompting Beijing to qualify a threat of action against any planes that didn't comply.
After setting a deadline to fix the HealthCare.gov website, Obama administration officials have offered largely inexact measures of success. That has prompted Republicans to accuse the White House of moving the goal posts.
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