December 12, 2013 | NPR · Problems persist on the back end of HealthCare.gov, which must process accurate enrollment information so insurers can receive premium payments and start coverage for consumers. Reconciliation of the data just started this week, as time to fix problems is running out.
December 12, 2013 | NPR · More than 200 people have been killed this year in Baltimore — most of them blacks. One Maryland gun group says it's in a unique position to help steer the city's black youth away from the path of gun violence by focusing on discipline, training and black history.
December 12, 2013 | NPR · The House heads toward a vote on the House-Senate budget compromise as Speaker John Boehner urges passage of the "fine work" by budget chairman Paul Ryan. Boehner has uncharacteristically criticized conservative groups who oppose the deal "before they've even seen it," prompting reporters to ask if this is a turning point.