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President Barack Obama's loyal allies in the labor movement aren't jumping to help the administration in the public battle over the problematic Obamacare website. Put off by new reinsurance fees on group health care plans that affect union members, Big Labor is largely sitting out the effort to enroll people for health care coverage or make the White House's public case that the mangled rollout of HealthCare.gov doesn't mean the entire Affordable Care Act is flawed. The Boston Red Sox have taken a 3-2 lead on the St. Louis Cardinals as the Fall Classic is starting to run out of gas. After three games in St. Louis the Red Sox will now hop on a plane and head back to Beantown where John Farrell's club hopes to be celebrating a World Series title. But before any champagne bottles are popped the Sox will have to get the best of Cardinals ace Michael Wacha, who has been excellent all postseason long. The U.N.'s health agency said it has confirmed 10 polio cases in northeast Syria, the first confirmed outbreak of the diseases in the country in 14 years, with a risk of spreading across the region. The polio virus, a highly contagious disease, usually infects children in unsanitary conditions through the consumption of food or liquid contaminated with feces. Nearly all Syrian children were vaccinated against the disease before the civil war began more than 2 ? years ago. Dax Shepard spent $142 on his wedding to Kristen Bell and he's quite proud of their cheap ceremony. Shepard said he was inspired to keep his nuptials simple when he attended Jimmy Kimmel's wedding this summer. "Not that I was counting your money, but I was counting your money at this thing, 'cause it was flying out the windows, they were setting it on fire," Shepard said of Kimmel's ceremony.