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Most Americans want the government to renew extended unemployment benefits, but there is a divide over whether or not the cost should be offset by budget cuts On the eve of 2014 the federal government's extension of unemployment benefits for people who have been unemployed for longer than six months ...
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Attitudes toward abortion have hardly changed in two years and support for gay marriage is increasing, but half of all Americans think both issues should be handled at the State level. While debates go on in state houses about new abortion limits, half the country admits it knows little about ...
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People are reporting a better experience with healthcare.gov, but significant skepticism over the law and whether or not it is a success persists. Improvements in accessibility for the government’s healthcare.gov website, and the growing number of signups for insurance through the website in December are reflected in this week’s Economist/YouGov ...
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Half of the US public say that the US should fight alongside South Korea if it is attacked by the North, though few take Kim Jong-un's bellicose language seriously. On New Year's Day, North Korea's dictator Kim Jong-un gave his first public statement since the beginning of a party purge that started ...
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