News bites: UN report blames humans for climate change

Investors and brokers are fretting the onset of new rules for derivatives trades, set to take effect Oct. 2, according to The Wall Street Journal.

A major component of the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to go into effect Tuesday, when state-based insurance marketplaces open enrollment. The Washington Post debunks a number of common claims about the law. 

The Post is also taking a look at new regulations on food in school vending machines and cafeterias that go into effort next fall. 

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Republicans are gearing up to use new Environmental Protection Agency rules on coal power plants as a political issue. 

Twelve House and Senate Democrats are charging electronic cigarette manufacturers of marketing to children. 

Protesters gathered outside the White House on Thursday to protest a plan for poultry inspectors

The Federal Communications Commission is issuing a proposal to make cell phone providers publicly disclose how their networks fare during disasters

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