The October 28th letter to White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger cautioned the president against taking his scheduled trip to Dallas. The letter advised Salinger to remember the fate of William McKinley, who was assassinated more than 60 years earlier.
“The back office systems, the accounting systems, the payment systems, they still need to be [built],” Deputy Chief Information Officer of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Henry Chao said. UPDATE: Health and Human Services official says numbers are actually reversed, 30% to 40% of the site still needs to be built.
The first lady was a fashion icon.
Update: Police are investigating the incident as an “attempted murder and suicide.” Creigh Deeds, a Virginia state senator and 2009 candidate for governor, is in critical condition after reportedly being stabbed. His son — who underwent a court-ordered mental health evaluation on Monday — was found dead of a gunshot wound in the family’s home, officials said.
The Washington State woman President Obama cited as an Affordable Care Act success can’t afford the coverage after all and plans to pay the penalty.
“I’ve talked to Speaker Boehner and he’s totally committed to this but he needs to find a way to get enough support.”
A humbled city makes its pitch to the GOP.
Raising nearly $14.5 million in contributions in 2012, NOM reported spending nearly $16.5 million during the year. The group unsuccessfully fought three marriage equality ballot measures and one state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex couples from marriage in November 2012.
“We’re past that now. We need to now fix this,” Terri Lynn Land said Monday morning, when asked about repealing and defunding Obamacare. Later in the afternoon, Land tweeted, “I support defunding and repeal.”
We can all die happy now.
Ask and you shall receive.
Louis Vuitton condom? Check.
“If he wants to say something he should say something,” a spokesman for the Israeli prime minister says.
Memes have not been kind.
Paul Egerman, a Warren gatekeeper, waves donors off the hype over the senator’s possible presidential run. “It’s not gonna happen,” one funder says.
The MSNBC host deleted some Sunday night tweets taunting Anderson Cooper about ratings and another tweet that said his suspended show might not return.
A perfect Paul-bot.
Mary Bonauto has played a key role in almost every big win in the marriage fight, and she’s not done yet. “I want to be a part of helping take it over the finish line.”
In a speech to New Hampshire Democrats, the possible presidential hopeful turns his Baltimore campaign into a national argument. But for Warren and Clinton supporters, the focus isn’t O’Malley.
Things could be better for the 44th president. A string of local television and newspaper front-page stories on his health care backpedal show that the press has not been merciful.
“I think generally we’re happy to have attention focused on Obamacare,” said Heritage Action’s Dan Holler.
President Obama doesn’t have to run another campaign on Obamacare. His Democratic allies do.
The second-term curse is the Madden Curse of presidencies.
“At least in the House of Representatives, people have not succumbed to the great fear” of LGBT activists, said World Congress of Families president Allan Carlson.
U think I care?
Dozens of Democrats joined Republicans to pass the bill in sharp rebuke to President Obama.
It’s cable news’ No. 1 jam.