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IRS delaying refunds for thousands of Obamacare enrollees

The IRS is delaying the refunds of tens of thousands of Obamacare enrollees, said Nina Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate. The hold up, she says, is subsidy data from state health exchanges.

FDA: Manufacturer never had permission to sell device connected to superbug deaths

CNN has learned that the manufacturer of the endoscope involved in two superbug deaths at UCLA never obtained permission to sell the device, according to an official at the Food and Drug Administration.

Feds fight 'maternity tourism' with raids on California 'maternity hotels'

Federal agents on Tuesday raided more than three dozen "maternity hotels" in Southern California where foreign women give birth, allegedly for the sole purpose of having a U.S.-citizen baby, authorities said.

Alabama Supreme Court tells judges to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses

The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered probate judges in the state to stop issuing licenses for same-sex marriages.

These doctors do house calls -- for just $99

Forget Ubering to a doctor's appointment. One startup promises to deliver a doctor to your doorstep in 60 minutes or less. The price for the house call: a flat fee of $99.

Man claims exploding iPhone left him with severe leg burns

A New York man says his smartphone blew up in his pocket and that he wound up in a hospital.

$2 gas is gone -- for now

Gone are the days of $2 gas -- at least for now. Prices at the pump have climbed steadily for five weeks in a row.

This tiny card will give your smartphone 200 GB of storage

The days of deleting apps and photos from your phone to free up storage may soon be history.

Everyone in Colorado may get a pot tax refund

Thanks to Colorado's new pot tax and a quirky state law, residents may get a special one-time tax refund next year.

Massachusetts police: Teen's texts encouraged friend to commit suicide

A Massachusetts teenager faces a pretrial hearing in April on involuntary manslaughter charges for allegedly sending text messages urging a friend to commit suicide, even after he expressed second thoughts, authorities said Saturday.