News bites: Europe's E. coli scare hits home

U.S. farmers aren't required to test for the deadly new E. coli strain ravaging Europe, reports The Washington Post.

Officials in the U.S. are dismayed that Europe is fighting its outbreak with antibiotics, reports The New York Times.

States have a lot more flexibility than commonly thought when designing health insurance exchanges, says the National Academy of Social Insurance and Georgetown University.

The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a) examines how communities across the country are preparing for an aging population.