The Supreme Court case, King v. Burwell, focuses on subsidies paid to millions of Americans who purchased health insurance through exchanges set up under the Affordable Care Act. At issue: whether subsidies issued through exchanges operated by the federal government are legal.
A Delta flight carrying 130 passengers and crew skidded off a snow-covered runway at New York's LaGuardia Airport, slamming through a fence on the side of the tarmac.
Passengers were evacuated and officials did not immediately report injuries.
Flight 1086, an MD-80, was inbound from Atlanta. The incident, which occurred about 11:05 a.m.
Chances are the answer is no. Fewer American workers are taking time for lunch. Research shows that only 1 in 5 five people step away for the midday meal.
The trial began Wednesday with the admission of Tsarnaev's guilt by his defense attorney.
Andreas Von Knorre, 22, and Elton Hinz, 21, had been working in Australia when they traveled to Singapore and broke into the depot.
And in return, employers don't get sued for workplace accidents.
NPR's Elise Hu, reporting from Seoul, says the attacker, South Korean nationalist Kim Ki Jong, was subdued and is now in police custody.
For Americans, an independent trip to North Korea can be a risky venture. A Lynnwood man was just returned to the United States after being imprisoned there for more than a year. And the U.S. State Department strongly urges Americans not to go to North Korea. But it’s not off limits. Tour groups have been able to visit.
Yes, he pursued racial equality with discretion. His famous "Atlanta Compromise" speech of 1895 cautioned blacks against extremism and encouraged them to prove their worth by becoming productive members of society.
But what about his role as a Presidential adviser, or as the first leader of one of the country's best historically black colleges?
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But small, parent-led initiatives are working to change this trend and ensure their local schools better reflect the neighborhood.
But after Vladimir Putin became president, Nemtsov joined the liberal opposition and became an outspoken critic.
"They basically told me, 'You know, you have no chance of getting pregnant,' " says Melissa, who asked to be identified only by her first name to protect her privacy.
But Melissa, 30, who lives in Ontario, Canada, didn't give up. She switched clinics and kept trying.