Banksy is back, and Obama defends the affordable care act. Here is Monday's edition of "The Pulse".
Guerilla graffiti artist Banksy's latest work of art has popped up in new york. It shows a young boy spray painting the words "ghetto 4 life" across a gray wall in the south Bronx. Every day this month Banksy has been unveiling new works of art around New York.
Employees of the Bay Area Rapid Transit in San Francisco continue their strike Monday morning - as there seems to be no resolution in sight. Both the unions and the management say they're waiting for the other to make the first move. Economic headway has been made - but bargaining came to an impasse when no agreement was reached on hours in a workday - and when overtime pay kicks in.
Police have arrested two boys in connection with some of the fires that now rage across Australia. More than a dozen of the 62 fires burning in New South Wales are considered out of control. There, in Australia's most populous state, fire has damaged or destroyed more than 200 homes.
It's been three weeks since the website for the affordable care act was launched. And Monday, President Obama addressed concerns about the massive technical malfunctions associated with the website. The Obama administration says almost half a million people have filled out applications for Obamacare. Obama says the website problems will be fixed.
Two people are dead after a shooting at a Nevada middle school. Police say a student opened fire inside the school around 7 this morning. Authorities say the student gunman is dead, but won't say exactly how he died. Two other students were also shot. Officials say one is in fair condition while the other is now in serious condition. Right now, authorities have not released the identity of the shooter or a possible motive.
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