South Korean army soldiers patrol along a barbed-wire fence in Paju, near the border with North Korea, South Korea, March 27, 2014.
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News of the Day from The Reid Report


Stories and topics The Reid Report team thinks you should know about now.

  • The ACA enrollment surge, by the numbers - “Although we won’t know for at least a few weeks how many people signed up for insurance under the Affordable Care Act, one thing is clear: There clearly has been an uptick in enrollment in recent days.” [The Washington Post]
  • Hopes Frustrated, Many Latinos Reject the Ballot Box Altogether - “Across the country, immigrant-rights advocates report mounting disillusionment with both parties among Latinos, enough to threaten recent gains in voting participation that have reshaped politics to Democrats’ advantage nationally, and in states like Colorado with significant Latino populations.” [The New York Times]
  • Australia says no time limit on hunt for Malaysian jet - “No time limit will be imposed on the search for MH370 because the world deserves to know what happened, Australian premier Tony Abbott said Monday, as a ship equipped to locate the plane’s “black box” prepared to set sail.” [Yahoo! News]
  • Paris elects its first female mayor - “Paris has elected Anne Hidalgo as their next mayor, in a “consolation prize” for the Socialists who were battered at the polls nationwide.” [The Telegraph]