Editorial page editor Paul Gigot on the White House s waiver of ObamaCare verification rules, which will enable millions of unqualified individuals to receive healthcare subsidies. Photo: Getty Images
Caitlin Corsetti, an Editorial Assistant at Gurl.com, joins HuffPost Live to discuss why she regrets having a boyfriend in college.
A Dedham, Massachusetts mother is stranded abroad - waiting to to bring her newly adopted daughter home. Christine Caswell McCarron is stuck in a nightmare over passport delays in the Ukraine.
Women who suffer from hot flashes have a new, non-hormonal treatment option: the FDA has approved a new drug called Brisdelle.
Famed Actor Chris Noth, who has starred in Sex and The City , Law & Order , The Good Wife and plays many other roles, talks to the Wall Street Journal s Lee Hawkins about his love for music and how that prompted him to open his own club in New York City.
A look at the relationship between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his early supporter and eventual colleague Daniel Domscheit-Berg, and how the website's growth and influence led to an irreparable rift between the two friends.
New research suggests that extroverts tend to be happier, and there's a way to get a taste of those feel-good vibes even if you aren't the outgoing type. Your Health's Sumathi Reddy and Carleton University's John Zelenski explain. Photo: Getty Images.
See what you voted Lucy to wear in her Seventeen magazine cover shoot.
Mariah Carey has been a very busy woman since ending her stint as a judge on 'American Idol'. So busy in fact that she just announced she is delaying the release of her new album.
Brian Brackeen, founder and CEO of Miami-based Kairos, says his startup intends to cash in on companies' need to confirm identities and fight fraud via facial recognition technology. Identity is essential for business, Brackeen says.
The dedicated stars of the new scripted reality series Siberia are happy to defend the project's 'anything goes,' guerilla-style filming.
Wall Street tried to rebounded Tuesday, following better-than-expected durable goods orders data. Orders for durable goods rose more than forecast in May, and excluding transportation, orders also topped economist s projections. Global markets also edged up after comments from some policymakers from the Fed who downplayed the potential impact of scaling back on its QE program. The Shanghai Composite halted its two-day sell-off early on Tuesday after plunging earlier in the session, but still
Doctors Group warns about the dangers of competitive cheerleading and issues new safety recommendations.
The newly styled 2014 Buick LaCrosse moves the brand up within the ranks of premium luxury sedans.
Protesters took their message to Gov. Tom Corbett s home and the capitol Monday. More than 500,000 people would receive health coverage in Penn. under the affordable care act. Gov. Corbett has until Oct. 1 to decide whether to opt in to the program.
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