Broken streetlights are a prime example of Detroit's decline. Nearly half of the city's 88,000 street lamps are dark, according to city estimates. A new authority aims to borrow funds to revamp the system.
As enrollment picks up on the HealthCare.gov website, many people with modest incomes are encountering a troubling element of the federal health law: deductibles so steep they may not be able to afford the portion of medical expenses that insurance doesn't cover.
The World Cup draw put the U.S. in a group with No. 2-ranked Germany (possibly the best team in the world). It also put them in the same shark tank as Ghana (the team that eliminated the U.S. in the 2010 World Cup) and No. 5 Portugal, the domain of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Nelson Mandela, who rose from militant antiapartheid activist to become the unifying president of a democratic South Africa and a global symbol of racial reconciliation, died at his Johannesburg home on Thursday. He was 95.
Congressional budget negotiators are working to wrap up a two-year fiscal agreement that would put to rest the threat of a government shutdown in mid-January and bring order to a tumultuous budgeting process until after the 2014 elections.
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