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‘How Much Will Obamacare Cost Me?’ Try Our Calculator

QuestCinq.com/Obamacare/YOUR PRICE –On Tuesday, if all goes according to plan, the federal health law’s marketplaces for individual health insurance are scheduled to open for business. Nearly all Americans will be required to have health insurance starting Jan. 1, 2014, or else they’ll be liable for a tax penalty. Even now, there is quite a bit of confusion about the law and how it will work. The administration has even enlisted former President Bill Clinton to serve as the law’s explainer in chief. On the eve of the marketplaces’ planned opening, many people aren’t sure if they’ll qualify for subsidized insurance….

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Examens d’Etat : publication des résultats de la session extraordinaire du bac pour 9 départements

QuestCinq/Education   Le ministère de l’Education nationale et de la Formation professionnelle a l’avantage d’informer le public en général et les candidats concernés en particulier que les résultats de la session extraordinaire du bac (1 ère et 2 ème parties) sont disponibles pour neuf départements scolaires à l’exception de l’Ouest. Suivant les chiffres fournis par le Bureau national des examens d’Etat, Le Nord’Est arrive en première position avec 50,36 % de réussite en rhéto et 43,17 % en philo, suivi du Sud en deuxième position avec 45,32 % de réussite en rhéto et 59, 08 % en philo. Le Centre…

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Vaccine ‘clears HIV-like virus’ in monkeys

–A vaccine for the monkey equivalent of HIV appears to eradicate the virus, a study suggests. Research published in the journal Nature has shown that vaccinated monkeys can clear Simian Immunodeficiency Virus (SIV) infection from their bodies. It was effective in nine of the 16 monkeys that were inoculated. The US scientists say they now want to use a similar approach to test a vaccine for HIV in humans. Prof Louis Picker, from the Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute at Oregon Health and Science University, said: “It’s always tough to claim eradication – there could always be a cell which…

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Court blocks judge from resentencing teacher convicted of raping student

QuestCinq.com/News Montana’s Supreme Court on Friday blocked a judge’s attempt to resentence a former teacher who had received 30 days in prison for his months-long relationship with a 14-year-old student, who later took her own life. Justices said Judge G. Todd Baugh lacks authority to reconsider the sentence he gave former Billings, Mont. teacher Stacey Rambold, 54. An appeal of the case was already pending, but Baugh had been seeking to undo a sentence that was widely criticized when he remarked that victim Cherice Moralez was “older than her chronological age.” An online petition calling for Baugh’s resignation, after he…

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An Ala. state lawmaker wants Toni Morrison’s first book banned; calls it ‘objectionable.’

QuestCinq.com/News An Alabama state senator is pushing to ban the first novel of Nobel and Pulitzer winner Toni Morrison on the grounds that its content and language are “objectionable.” State Sen. Bill Holtzclaw, a Republican, wants The Bluest Eye pulled from high school reading lists, and says he also would support pulling it from high school libraries, according to the Alabama Media Group. “The book is just completely objectionable, from language to the content,” Holtzclaw said of the book, which includes mention of incest and child molestation. The novel is based in Lorain, Ohio, Morrison’s hometown, and details the story of Pecola Breedlove,…

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Examens d’Etat : publication des résultats complets des examens du bac (1ère et 2ème parties)

Communiqué de presse   Les résultats des examens du baccalauréat 1ère et 2ème parties sont désormais disponibles pour tous les départements scolaires depuis le 24 août 2013. Suivant les chiffres fournis par le Bureau national des examens d’Etat (BUNEXE), le taux de réussite global est de 28,63 % pour la rhéto et de 63, 04 % pour la philo. Pour le bac 1ère partie, le meilleur taux de réussite vient du Centre avec 31,98 %, suivi de l’Ouest en deuxième position avec 30,17 %, et du Nord-est en troisième position avec 29,41 %. Le plus faible taux vient du Nord-Ouest avec 21,29…

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With tuition rising slightly, Gov. Rick Scott asks board to be tough on fees

By Tia Mitchell Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau TAMPA — Despite Gov. Rick Scott’s pleas, tuition is going up slightly at all but two of Florida’s universities. So Scott is returning to the board that oversees state universities with a new request: Be tough on fee increases. Scott on Wednesday asked the Florida Board of Governors to carefully consider fee hikes for students next year. The board will decide what to do Thursday as it wraps up three days of meetings at the University of South Florida. In a letter, Scott stopped just short of asking board members to reject increased fees,…

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Margaret Doughty, Atheist Seeking U.S. Citizenship, Told To Join Church Or Be Denied

QuestCinq.com/news Margaret Doughty, an atheist and permanent U.S. resident for more than 30 years, was told by immigration authorities this month that she has until Friday to officially join a church that forbids violence or her application for naturalized citizenship will be rejected. Doughty received the ultimatum after stating on her application that she objected to the pledge to bear arms in defense of the nation due to her moral opposition to war. According to a letter to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services by the American Humanist Association on Doughty’s behalf, officials responded by telling her that she needed to…

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Shenzhou-10: China launches next manned space mission

QuestCinq.com/news/06/11/2013 –China has launched its latest Shenzhou manned space mission. Three astronauts blasted away from the Jiuquan base in Inner Mongolia on a Long March 2F rocket at 17:38 Beijing time (09:38 GMT). The commander, Nie Haisheng, and his crew, Zhang Xiaoguang and Wang Yaping, plan to spend just under two weeks at the orbiting Tiangong space lab. Wang is China’s second female astronaut and she will beam the country’s first lesson from space to students on Earth. The crew’s capsule was ejected from the upper-stage of the rocket about nine minutes after lift-off. Mission controllers clapped enthusiastically once the…

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US tightens student visa rules after Boston bombing

QuestCinq.com/News/05/03/2013 Azamat Tazhayakov (centre), accused of obstructing the FBI investigation into the bombings, returned to the US while not enrolled at university The US is tightening its screening of international students, its first security change in response to the Boston Marathon bombings last month. The move comes after a student from Kazakhstan – who did not have a valid visa – was accused by police of hiding evidence for one of the bomb suspects. The Department of Homeland Security has ordered border agents to automatically check the visa status of every student. Azamat Tazhayakov had returned to the US despite…

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