Across the U.S., many hospitals have become wealthy, even as their bills force patients to make gut-wrenching sacrifices.
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Trials began this week in Idaho for 31 members of a far-right group accused of conspiring to riot at an LGBTQ event. But ...
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Years of pandemic supply chain disruptions have left the world dealing with high inflation. Then, a war in Ukraine unfolded, ...
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More people — and more buildings to house them, often in coastal areas — mean that a major hurricane could become more costly ...
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In an alleged scheme that temporarily inflated the market value of a tiny New Jersey deli to more than $100 million, three ...
The number of women in the workforce has finally returned to pre-pandemic levels, which is good for the economy. But after ...
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Puerto Rico's governor has requested the U.S. government waive a federal law and allow more fuel shipments to the island over ...
Joe Bussard not only sought out obscure 78-rpm records that otherwise would have disappeared, but shared the music with giddy ...
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Ballot rejections are often the result of relatively minor voter errors. That's why about half of states have a process in ...
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Jonathan and Diana Toebbe entered new guilty pleas in a case involving an alleged plot to sell secrets about nuclear-powered ...
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All fifty states, D.C. and Puerto Rico have received the go-ahead to start spending federal dollars on new chargers. The long ...