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The Pulse: Sebelius in the hot seat again

Wednesday's top stories for "The Pulse," questions over healthcare.gov's troubled rollout continue; the number "666" rears its devilish head; and a fun fact for National Nachos Day.
Wednesday's top stories for "The Pulse," questions over healthcare.gov's troubled rollout continue; the number "666" rears its devilish head; and a fun fact for National Nachos Day.

Questions continue over the glitchy rollout of the health care exchange website. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was in the hot seat again today on Capitol Hill. Sebelius told the Senate Finance Committee that the focus now is on routine upgrades to healthcare.gov. In Dallas, President Obama thanked volunteers helping people enroll in the new health care exchanges.

An NFL player talks about his suspension. Richie Incognito was benched from the Miami Dolphins lineup after a workplace bullying investigation. But he had little to say about the actual accusations from teammate Jonathan Martin.

666. Some call it the devil's number. And one high school cross country runner just couldn't shake the negative connotation, either. Codie Thacker was supposed to run at a regional meet last Saturday-- but her tag number was 666. Thacker didn't feel comfortable with that and officials wouldn't change it. So she refused to run. She says she's since received a lot of support for taking a stand.

There's a superhero in town! Meet Ms. Marvel. She's Marvel Comics' first Muslim-American heroine. Kamala Khan is a fictional New Jersey teen-- she transforms into Ms. Marvel in the debut of Marvel's new monthly series in January.

National Nachos Day! And here's a fun fact about nachos. The nacho first originated in Piedras Negras, Mexico in 1943. Apparently, a group of Americans went to restaurant late one night after closing. They were hungry. And they got pretty much what was left in the kitchen. That's right! the original nachos were leftovers! And delicious!
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