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Jian Feng Liu, 57, of Fremont, Calif., finishes filling out his application form during a health care enrollment event at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center on March 31, 2014, in Oakland, Calif.

Uninsured rates drop faster in states embracing Obamacare: Study

04/16/14 12:03PM

In states that work with the Affordable Care Act, the Affordable Care Act works better. That's the conclusion from a new Gallup survey that finds the uninsured rate for adults dropped faster in recent months in states that implemented Medicaid expansion and set up their own exchanges in the health insurance marketplace, compared to those that didn't. read more

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Rev's Early Reads: April 16

04/16/14 06:48AM

GOP cooks up new Obamacare conspiracy theory... Republican candidate once ripped "welfare dependent" Katrina victims... and Yankees to honor Nelson Mandela. read more

Meet the ‘shoe-truthers’

Meet the ‘shoe-truthers’

04/15/14 06:44PM

The latest right-wing conspiracy might be the zaniest one yet! A small group on the right are now questioning whether or not a shoe-throwing incident at a Hillary Clinton event was staged to make her look good. watch

Flaw and disorder from the right

Flaw and disorder from the right

04/15/14 06:30PM

From questioning the constitutionality of the Civil Rights Act to calling the president lawless, and even embracing a rancher who’s openly been breaking the law for years, some on the right seem to have double standards for how they approach the law of th watch

The Obamacare report the right may ignore

The Obamacare report the right may ignore

04/15/14 06:16PM

The Affordable Care Act’s critics have been quick to embrace negative CBO reports in the past, but now that a new report finds the health reform law will cost billions less than originally found, and actually help reduce deficits over time, will they ackn watch

Tax day in America

Tax day in America

04/15/14 06:01PM

Republicans love to rail against burdensome tax rates, but their latest plan includes huge giveaways for millionaires while increasing taxes on many in the middle class. Rev. Sharpton explores the GOP-backed Ryan budget’s impact on taxes. watch

Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., appears at a House Foreign Affairs Committee, Feb. 26, 2014.

Rep. questions constitutionality of Civil Rights Act at town hall

04/15/14 03:45PM

"This country grew through a lot of growing pain. We’re going through it again," Yoho said in his response. "As we grow as a country and prosper, we’re going to go through it again in the future. That’s why I’m so thankful for the Constitution because it allows us to do that. Is it constitutional, the Civil Rights Act? I wish I could answer that 100 percent." read more

Teaching ‘justice and inclusion’

Teaching ‘justice and inclusion’

04/14/14 06:58PM

Pres. Obama praised the Pope today during the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast, talking about his important “message of justice and inclusion.” Rev. Sharpton, who attended the event, reflects on why that message is needed more than ever. watch

‘Crazy uncle’ joins Scott Brown

‘Crazy uncle’ joins Scott Brown

04/14/14 06:54PM

John Sununu, the former Romney supporter who once called himself the “crazy uncle” of the 2012 campaign, has joined New Hampshire Senate hopeful Scott Brown, and already has brought his first gaff. watch

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