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Oregon's deeply troubled state-run Obamacare exchange votes to have the federal exchange HealthCare.gov take over enrollment for residents.
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Five men in Erie, Pennsylvania, used fake names and out of state accounts to bilk millions, until an employee at the local credit union took notice.
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Porsche's 2014 Cayenne has been remodeled for a smoother, cleaner look and features an improved engine lineup.
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