The Obama administration began tinkering with major components of the health care law earlier this year, to the astonishment of some lawmakers. But by December, the delays and adjustments to President Obama’s signature law were coming at a steady clip. As the deadline for January enrollment hits and the year draws to a close, here’s a look back at the most memorable ObamaCare delays of 2013.
The United Nations' humanitarian coordinator in South Sudan said Tuesday that he had "absolutely no doubt" that thousands of people had been killed in violence that threatens to tear the world's newest country apart a little more than two years after it won independence.
It's not unheard of to have more than one transplant in one family when a genetic condition is involved, but the triple-transplant Kremises are a rarity even in the world of advanced cardiac specialty medicine.