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Ezekiel Emanuel, the architect behind Obamacare, says Republicans have created uncertainties for insurance providers that led to higher premiums.
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Queen Elizabeth reads through the agenda for the new session of U.K. Parliament.
D.C. litigator Charles Cooper confirmed that the attorney general has retained him, but declined to comment on confidential client matters.
Investigators said in a preliminary report published Tuesday by Brazil's top court that Temer deserves to be investigated for passive corruption.
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