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Dr. James Jackson examines Matthew Shorter, a Medicaid patient in Elkhart, Ind. (Zbigniew Bzdak/Chicago Tribune/TNS/Getty Images)The program covers more than 70 million and has shed much disapproval, but the next president may have a big effect on it.

2016-10-24 10:39:54 -0600

Julian Assange (Carl Court/Getty Images)A decade ago, founder Julian Assange asked what would happen if a political party had all its data exposed to public scrutiny.

2016-10-24 08:32:16 -0600

Donald Trump rejects polls as inaccurate: ‘All the fair polls have us winning’The candidate has turned to criticizing polls as ineffective and "rigged" now that most show Hillary Clinton with a commanding lead.

2016-10-24 10:04:52 -0600