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The Pulse: Obama Apologizes for Affordable Care Act Website

President Obama apologizes for the healthcare website woes. Here is Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse".
President Obama apologizes for the healthcare website woes. Here is Wednesday's edition of "The Pulse".

First, there was the Ramen burger. Now, the deep-fried Twinkie burger. A new burger uses two creme-filled, deep-fried Twinkies as buns. It's a creation by PYT restaurant in Philadelphia, a place known for putting bizarre twists on burgers. Early reactions so far have been mixed.

Chris Brown, heading to rehab. He was arrested after getting into a fight this weekend. The 24-year-old is still on probation for a 2009 incident with then-girlfriend and fellow musician Rihanna. A spokesman said Brown's goal is to gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior.

In South Carolina, six people killed in an apparent murder-suicide. Police say they got a 911 call from a man who said he was planning on hurting himself. Swat teams went over too late. By then, 27-year-old Bryan Eugene had shot and killed Chandra Fields, her parents, and her nephews before killing himself. Police believe a domestic dispute led to the shooting.

Michelle Obama gets some help from Sesame Street. Elmo and Rosita joined the First Lady at the White House Wednesday to help promote the latest children's health initiative. She talked about the need for better marketing to promote healthy food to kids. Next year, all schools will have to follow nutrition standards for healthy snacks in the cafeteria.

President Obama apologizes for the Affordable Care Act website. The president stepping on Red Sox turf to meet with governor Deval Patrick and the people who helped create Massachusetts' health care reform law. The president says he expects the website issues to be fixed ASAP, and he hopes Republicans will stop trying to derail the Affordable Care Act.

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