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  • The Obama administration has announced that the number of people age 18-35 enrolled in Obamacare is 28 percent — a figure that is still well below the 40 percent needed to make the health reform law a viable institution.But although that's worrying news for the Affordable Care Act, the news is even worse for millions of Americans — there could be substantial rate hikes on health insurance premiums in 2015, according to the National Journal.

  •  Thousands of technology enthusiasts use it as the ultimate app, enabling them to lock and unlock their homes, cars, computers and mobile phones with a simple wave of a hand. But there's a catch: they must have a microchip inserted into their bodies.The idea may seem weird, and painful, but human microchipping appears to appeal not only to amateurs, who call themselves biohackers, but also to governments, police forces, medical authorities and security companies.

  • More than half of Americans said they had virtually no confidence in President Barack Obama's ability to improve the nation's sagging economy — the highest rate during his years in the White House, according to a new Gallup poll.Those survey respondents said they had little or no confidence in Obama making effective economic decisions, the survey found. That was up 15 percentage points over last year.

  •  House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) is "hellbent" on passing amnesty legislation, and other GOP leaders are signaling to donors and lobbyists that they also want to pass legislation this Congress, even though attempting to do so would depress the GOP base and create divisions within the party ahead of 2014's midterm elections that could give Republicans control of Congress. According to the Wall Street Journal, Boehner told donors at a Las Vegas fundraiser in March that he was "hellbent on getting this done this year." After he met with President Barack Obama at the White House in February, Boehner said that he agreed with Obama on immigration during the meeting. 

  •  The U.S. and Japan are seen as the leaders in earthquake preparedness.But a spike in seismic activity the past few years has even tiny countries like Nicaragua busy prepping for the worst.Nicaragua may be the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere behind Haiti, but it is also one of the best prepared to deal with earthquakes – before and after they happen.

  •   In the wake of the Bundy Ranch standoff, Nevada’s public energy utility confirmed it has so many renewable-energy projects in the works that it has no need for the $5 billion solar-power project with the Chinese government and ENN Group that was withdrawn last year.Fay Andersen, spokeswoman for NV Energy, told WND the state currently has 39 producing renewable energy projects, with an additional project under construction and another in the development phase.

  •  Armed pro-Russian insurgents occupying government buildings in more than 10 Ukrainian cities refuse to leave them until the country's interim government resigns, despite Thursday’s diplomatic deal in Geneva.Ukraine and Russia agreed in Geneva to take tentative steps toward calming tensions along their shared border after weeks of conflict since Ukraine's former leader fled to Russia in February and Russia annexed Crimea in March.

  •  While the vision of Texas as an anti-gun, overpriced nanny state may seem like a laughable notion, many think it will become a reality in the not-too-distant future. As individuals and families flock to the Lone Star State from America's most liberal cities, some have expressed fear that the push to "turn Texas blue" will become emboldened. Others have gone so far as to surmise that the importation of transplants' liberal values will eventually turn Texas into an over-regulated, over-priced, anti-business stronghold. 

  •  The State Department put a hold on the Keystone XL pipeline application Friday, delaying the controversial project until after a Nebraska court case is concluded and once again halting the controversial project that has dogged President Obama’s second term.A Nebraska judge ruled earlier this year that the state cut corners in its permitting process for the pipeline, which left the project in limbo there, even as the federal government was still considering whether to approve the pipeline.

  •  Thursday evening in Dubai, the 3rd Dubai International Peace Convention began, under the leadership of the Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. According to WAM, the Emirates News Agency, “the three-day convention aims to share ideas and solutions that help to cultivate a peaceful world, in which the concepts of equality and moderation urged by the Islamic religion are respected.”That line speaks to a Pax Islamica: a world living under Islam. According to Islamic texts and teachings, there can only be peace under the rule of Islamic law.

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