Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, will join Tina Brown’s Women in the World Texas to shine a spotlight on the sacrifices made by military families. A military mom herself, Dr. Jill Biden has made her focus on the strength and courage of military families a top priority. As part of the Joining Forces initiative with First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Biden travels to military bases in the U.S
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Teens work, pay taxes, even support families. So why can’t they vote? It’s time to change that.
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A key feature of Obamacare is that by allowing people to get insurance through the exchanges, workers would no longer feel tied to their jobs in the same way. Workers that wanted to look for jobs that may be a better fit, or wanted to try to start their own business, or just hated their boss, could now take this step without worrying about losing insurance for themselves and their families.
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The number of people that the agency officially counts as displaced inside Ukraine has nearly doubled in the past three weeks, to 260,000, but the actual number is much higher because many of those fleeing are staying with families and friends
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The Duchess of Cambridge is one of the most photographed women in the world. Now an artist has transformed her to look like a member of one of TV’s most famous families.
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Captured Russian paratroopers bolster charges of a stealth invasion while their families protest against what could become a very unpopular war.
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Conflicting media reports and Italy’s military support for Kurds leave families of Italians held by terrorist group in a fearful limbo.
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Ebola victims are most infectious right after death—which means that West African burial practices, where families touch the bodies, are spreading the disease like wildfire.
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