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After a loss in his bid to overturn Obamacare, President Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary Thomas Price are hoping to move on to a second phase, stripping a provision requiring insurers to pay for mental health and maternity care. (Associated Press)

Pressure on health secretary after ditched vote on Obamacare repeal

- The Washington Times

With health care stalled on Capitol Hill, the pressure now shifts to President Trump and new Health and Human Services Secretary Thomas Price, who will have to manage a law Republicans say is failing on its own — without giving Democrats more ammunition to say it was the GOP that killed it.

Doctor slams medical college group’s prediction of massive doctor shortage by 2030

- The Washington Times

In a wide-ranging recent report, the Association of American Medical Colleges predicts that by 2030 the U.S. will suffer a shortage of 40,800 to 104,900 physicians. But Dr. Emanuel, chairman of the Department of Medical Ethics and Health Policy at the University of Pennsylvania, doesn’t see it this way. “If you look at the numbers, we have enough of them,” he said.

South Korea's ousted leader Park Geun-hye arrives at the prosecutor's office in Seoul, South Korea, in this March 21, 2017, file photo. Media reports say that South Korean prosecutors have decided to ask a court issue a warrant to arrest former President Park on corruption allegations. (Kim Hong-ji/Pool Photo via AP, File)

South Korean prosecutors push to arrest ousted president

- Associated Press

South Korean prosecutors said Monday that they want to arrest former President Park Geun-hye over the corruption allegations that triggered a huge political scandal and toppled her from power.

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