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Key questions and answers about Trump's health care move

President Donald Trump’s move to stop paying a major “Obamacare” subsidy will raise costs for many consumers who buy their own health insurance, and make an already complicated system more challenging for just about everybody. Experts say the consequences will vary depending on how much money you earn, the state you live in, and other factors. Overall, Trump’s decision will make coverage under the Affordable Care Act less secure, because more insurers may head for the exits as their financial losses mount. All of this is happening with the Nov….

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Hints At Answers The Force Awakens Didn’t Deliver

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Star Wars: The Force Awakens was a major blockbuster last year, but the film ultimately raised more questions than it answered. We don’t yet know why Luke’s Jedi academy was destroyed, why he later went into self-imposed, exile on Ahch-To, why his nephew Kylo Ren fell to the Dark Side, why Han and Leia were estranged, or the history of the new Emperor stand-in, Supreme Leader Snoke. A new trailer for Episode VIII dropped last…

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The Last Jedi trailer: Four big questions we want the answers to

The first full trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi does its job brilliantly – it teases galaxy-rattling plot lines while leaving you unsure about whether what you think will happen is what is actually going to happen. On top of that, there are the “oohs” of spectacular battle scenes combined with the “ahhs” of some new cute fluffy creatures. We also see Carrie Fisher in some of her final shots as General Leia, filmed before her death last Christmas. Above all, it raises some big questions about what might…

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Sherlock writer Mark Gatiss answers critic in verse

Sherlock writer and cast member Mark Gatiss has responded in verse to a critic who accused the show of turning the character into “Sherlock Bond”. In his poem, Gatiss said the critic was wrong to infer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective was “no man of action”. “From [Basil] Rathbone through [Jeremy] Brett to [Benedict] Cumberbatch dandy, With his fists Mr Holmes has always been handy,” his poem continues. The updated version of Conan Doyle’s stories returned on New Year’s Day. In The Six Thatchers, Cumberbatch’s sleuth was seen investigating the…

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