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U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson has joined Democrats in the Legislature in calling on Gov. Rick Scott to call lawmakers back in special session and demand that they accept $51 billion in federal funds to expand healthcare to about 1 million Floridians. Nelson...
NEW YORK — As Bank of America Corp. pulls itself free from a swamp of mortgage liabilities, new troubles keep threatening to suck it back under. BofA agreed to settle a big insurer's claims over faulty mortgage bonds for $1.7 billion Monday. But...
Tony La Piana's days of visiting the laundromat are over. The Lombard resident, featured in the April 28 column, originally wrote to What's Your Problem? after his Kenmore washer broke in March. He could handle that the machine broke less than two years...
Tags: JC Penney Company Inc., Jon Yates
TALLAHASSEE — The last week of Florida's legislative session will settle fights on taxes, stadium subsidies from Orlando to South Florida, and the fading push from Gov. Rick Scott to win $2,500 pay raises for teachers and tax breaks for businesses....
Abel Maldonado, the Republican iconoclast most recently famous for his brief stint as California's appointed lieutenant governor and his unsuccessful run for Congress last year, is making noises about running for governor in 2014 against Jerry Brown....
There are a lot of ways your identity can be stolen. Someone may grab your mail. They may scam you. They may pick your pocket or pick through your trash. But what if your identity was stolen by someone who works at your bank or insurance company? That'...
TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature's 2013 session agreed on highly touted ethics reforms making it harder for retiring lawmakers to immediately begin lobbying for special interests. And lawmakers approved "transparency" measures requiring...
Maryland health officials may ask state lawmakers for permission to oversee plastic surgery centers, a move inspired in part by the death of a Lochearn woman after liposuction. The state health department had already been considering whether to ask...
HERAT, Afghanistan — They sit in the sun harboring their lost histories, their forgotten dreams, their traces of funerals, graduations and stolen kisses. On dusty windshields, insurance stickers from Travelers and State Farm bear witness to wrecks...
Los Angeles TimesMany part-timers are facing a double whammy from President Obama's Affordable Care Act. The law requires large employers offering health insurance to include part-time employees working 30 hours a week or more. But rather than provide healthcare to more...
Craig Schusterick, his workman's hands powdery white with construction grit, led the way across Onyx Avenue on Balboa Island to show off his handiwork. His nearly complete three-story home — designed with solid wood paneling to echo the Cape Cod...
Tags: Water, Oceans, Services and Shopping, Homes, Ethics
In recent years, California has become a favorite venue for workers' compensation claims by athletes with only tenuous ties to the Golden State. Many former pros have won six-figure awards for injuries built up over time even though they've never lived or...
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