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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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The police attempt to remove military supporters from the fence surrounding the White House as they protest on October 13, 2013 in Washington, DC. The protest started at the WWII Memorial before moving on to the White House

Vets, police clash at White House

Protesters confronted police at the White House Sunday, demanding the D.C. war memorials re-open, after the shutdown closed them 14 days ago.

The "Million Vet March on the Memorials" drew thousands of people to the national mall who heard from speakers, many with ties to the tea party.

File: A Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) train travels towards downtown San Francisco

BART strike called off -- for now

Transit workers in San Francisco will put off their strike another day.

The union president says they'll give Bay Area Rapid Transit officials one more day to reach a deal.

A young girl dressed in pink pajamas and ribbon in her hair sleeps in a bed with a doll clutched under one arm, California, 1950s.

Regular bedtimes equal more considerate kids

Children who don't have a regular bedtime may be more likely to get in trouble at home and school.

And kids with consistent sleep habits tend to be happier, fight less and more considerate.

72 year old Gene Penaflor was found Saturday after being lost in the Mendocino National Forest in California for 19 days. He had been missing since September 25th

Alive! 72-year-old hunter found after 18 days

A 72-year-old man survived in the woods alone for nearly three weeks.

Gene Penaflor got separated from his hunting partner in a forest outside San Francisco.

File: Bottle of dry ice explodes at L.A. airport

Bottle of dry ice explodes in L.A. airport

Part of LAX airport was shut down after a small explosion.

Officials say dry ice in a plastic bottle blew up in an employee restroom last night.

Ohio offers a Superman affinity license plate to honor the creation of the man of steel in Cleveland

Burgers, clowns & 27 other weird license plates

License plates used to be just mandatory, metal meh. Random strings of numbers pounded into thin sheets of aluminum (by prisoners in some cases).

Then came the personalized or "vanity" plates that let us get all witty behind the wheel:

HLN's Carlos Diaz at Three Sheets in Dallas ahead of the Red River Rivalry

The best of the Rivalry Express in Dallas

The HLN Rivalry Express bus rolled into "Big D" Friday ahead of the Red River Rivalry matchup between the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners, and just as at the three stops before the fans did not disappoint!

Thanks tons to the gang at Three Sheets Dallas who opened up early and let us take over their establishment (which includes a pool!) and to the Ray Johnson Band who kept the beat all morning long!

Live rattlesnakes in the kitchen at Three Sheets in Dallas for HLN's Rivalry Express

Rattlesnake 3 ways: Fried, raw and live!

HLN's Rivalry Express is in Dallas ahead of the Red River Rivalry game between the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners. 

Chef Shaun Collins of Main & Sides Personal Chef service stopped by to give Carlos a taste of his famous 'turduckin corn dogs' and a Texas specialty: Rattlesnake bites -- in this case, garnished with real, live, rattlesnakes!

Today's 'Morning Express with Robin Meade' Salute to Troops is from LeBron James -

LeBron James' Salute to Troops

Tell us about a military man or woman in your life on our special Salute to Troops iReport assignment page: You could see your hero on Morning Express with Robin Meade!

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You do not have to reset your Obamacare password

Your Obamacare password was NOT deleted

You do not have to reset your Obamacare password.

Yesterday, some Affordable Care Act call center reps mistakenly told people all passwords were deleted in an upgrade process.