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Some glitches seen in deadline week for 'Obamacare' sign-ups
Some HealthCare.gov customers get incorrect message that no plans are available to them
NBA Legend Bill Walton Discusses New Memoir
The sports icon is live on "GMA" to discuss "Back From the Dead," the new memoir in which he recounts his devastating injuries and amazing recoveries.
Bill Clinton, President Obama Mark 20 Years of AmeriCorp
AmeriCorp Pledge Ceremony celebrates the anniversary of the national service program.
President Obama's Campaign Donors Turned Ambassador Nominees Stumble in the Spotlight
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki dodged question from ABC News' Jon Karl about the qualifications of some Obama nominees.
Democratic Strategist Al From: On Obamacare, Good Intentions Aren't Enough
Former Clinton adviser says the problem-ridden program could damage the Democratic Party.
George McGovern's Legacy: From Liberalism to Feeding the Hungry
A liberal icon from a Republican family, symbol of the American progressive movement, and former presidential candidate George McGovern passed today at the age of 90. A war vet and human rights advocate, the former South Dakota lawmaker's legacy is colored by the lens through which it's viewed.
Remembering George McGovern
and for reconciliation, not for fair and division. It's a victory for truth and candor rather than deception and manipulation. THE NIGHT george McGovern was propelled to the debate candidate in 1972. He got defeated so badly by richard nixon back in 1972. And he had a special place in his heart for
Arnold Schwarzenegger Reveals How Maria Shriver Confronted Him Over Secret Son
Arnold Schwarzenegger Lays Out Exactly How He Was Blindsided by his Ex-wife
Most Surprising VP Selections
Sarah Palin (John McCain, 2008) The Alaskan governor tapped to run with John McCain in 2008 was widely regarded as a surprising (and, in certain circles, poor) choice for VP. The self-described hockey mom had only served one term as governor of Alaska at the time of her selection. The McCain-Palin
Nov. 9: Kristallnacht 1938; Fall of the Berlin Wall 1989
1938 Kristallnacht, ‘Night of Broken Glass’ Adolf Hitler’s campaign to purge Germany and Austria of their Jewish populations escalated on the night of Nov. 9, 1938. Nazis terrorized Jewish neighborhoods, breaking the windows of homes, businesses and synagogues. Fires were set, and the Nazi storm