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The day after a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson for the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown, Minnesota high school teacher Tom Rademacher expected to "check in with kids at least a little bit about their reactions."
However, when he arrived in school Tuesday of this week, he found the events in Ferguson, Missouri, were the only topic students wanted to talk about.
President Barack Obama gave all of us a Thanksgiving table topic to avoid last Thursday when he announced he will grant deportation relief to as many as 5 million people, most of whom are parents of U. S. citizens and legal permanent residents.
Americans are split on whether that's a good idea, and your family might be, too.
The administration is reporting that 462,125 people selected health insurance plans on the federal exchange, Healthcare.gov, in the first week of open enrollment. Nearly half—48 percent—were new customers, buying plans for the first time. That's good news, indicating that outreach to the uninsured is working and there could be another significant reduction in the uninsured rate after this round.
The new numbers, released by Health and Human Services Wednesday, show a faster start to open enrollment this year than in 2013.