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Graphic: Rich Clabaugh/The Christian Science Monitor
Four Americans and their brushes with Obamacare
Obamacare directly affects mainly those Americans who don’t get health insurance through their jobs. So far, some are happy. Some are furious. Many are scratching their heads. Here are four real-life stories that show some of what’s happening as health-care reform rolls out.
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How the global spy game is changing
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Illustration: Nancy Stahl/The Christian Science Monitor
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US military footprint on Philippines could grow after typhoon Haiyan
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Graphic: Rich Clabaugh
Nearly 40 years after the war, American vets who live in Vietnam are working to foster reconciliation between the two countries, while other former US soldiers are traveling there to find ‘closure.’
Photo: Courtesy Bill Ervin
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