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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 doesn't mean the entire Affordable Care Act is flawed. Source say, the Chinese government suspects that Monday's incident in which a vehicle plowed into pedestrians in Beijing's Tiananmen Square, killing five including the three people in the vehicle, was a suicide attack. While police are still investigating and have yet to determine the identities of the three people in the vehicle, sources say, Beijing police said were looking for two suspects from the restive far western region of Xinjiang in connection with a "major incident". Chris Brown finally appeared in a Washington, D.C., courtroom Monday afternoon after being arrested on Sunday and charged with felony assault for getting into a fight outside the W Hotel. AP reports, the charge was reduced to simple assault, a misdemeanor, and the singer was ordered released after spending the night in police lockup at the 2nd District Station. TMZ reports the reason Brown's charge was reduced is because the injuries to the victim were minor, even though the victim said Brown broke his nose. Brown has another court appearance on Nov. 25th. His attorney Danny Onarato says, the evidence will show his client did nothing unlawful