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Nope: Republican members of the Senate are mounting one last effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Basically every major stakeholder in the country has announced its opposition to the new bill, but the Senate is racing to squeeze in a vote before a hard deadline at the end of the month just the same.

Sigh: A possible security flaw in Experian’s credit freeze process could leave victims of Equifax’s breach open to further fraud.

New OS, new problems: Security researchers have discovered that toggling WiFi and Bluetooth symbols in the new iOS 11’s control center won’t actually turn those connections off.

The more you know: Writing checks is something fewer and fewer people do — but sometimes you just can't avoid it. Here’s how to do it properly and securely.

Back to school: Times have changed from the days when driving autonomy was granted to any 16-year-old who could pass the DMV’s tests. Now, some states are requiring parents to take a form of driver’s education alongside their teens.

“I want to say to them, 'Would you really eat your own kids’ meals for a week?' ” — Panera CEO Ron Shaich issuing a challenge to executives at McDonald's, Wendy's, and Burger King, while talking to Business Insider.

“Sunroof shattered while driving in the country, no other cars nearby, nothing overhead, no apparent reason, it just blew up, throwing glass everywhere." —  Driver of a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta in a complaint to NHTSA, as cited in a new lawsuit claiming the carmaker didn't warn customers that sunroofs may spontaneously explode
So, The Equifax Hack Actually Started Back In March
 
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CVS Limiting Opioid Prescriptions Amid National Addiction Epidemic
FEMA Tweets Number For Phone Sex Line Instead Of Disaster Relief Effort

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