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WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is warning that House efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act will wind up facing a presidential veto. The administration says a repeal would take health coverage away from millions of Americans and prevent others from gaining coverage. The president has also recently warned that he'll veto bills dealing with abortion, government regulation and the Keystone XL pipeline.
CAMBRIDGE, England (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is drawing attention for saying that parents should have some choice on whether to vaccinate their children. The comment, made in England, comes amid the recent U.S. measles outbreak. Christie's office later released a statement that the governor believes "there is no question kids should be vaccinated" for a disease like measles.
DENVER (AP) — The new Republican majority in the Colorado Senate is pushing a repeal of recently passed gun control measures. The current law requires background checks and limits on the size of ammunition magazines. The debate comes as the man charged with a mass shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater goes on trial.
ROSWELL, Georgia (AP) — Police in suburban Atlanta have released a brief incident report about their response to the home of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of late musical superstar Whitney Houston. The report says officers responded Saturday to a call about a "drowning" and that Brown's husband was attempting to revive the 21-year-old. A friend had called 911. The family says Brown is "fighting for her life."
NEW YORK (AP) — Delta says an "intermittent" problem prevented passengers from being able to check in for their flights by using the airline's website, mobile app and airport kiosks. Travelers from different parts of the country complained about the problem on Twitter. Passengers also reported long wait times on the phone. Monday was plagued by massive flight delays and cancellations in the northeast because of the winter storm.