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South Bend TribuneLori McCune had finished her breakfast and was peeling potatoes for Thanksgiving dinner when her husband, Rick, walked into the kitchen to help. This was a ritual for the two of them, to see who could peel the most potatoes the quickest. But Rick was...
Tags: Holidays, Hospitals and Clinics, Apple iPad, Music, Potatoes
Okay. State lawmakers obviously dropped the ball when it came to expanding health care by failing to take federal funding for Medicaid. Too close to Obamacare, a majority of Republicans in the Florida Legislature felt as they stood tall on partisan...
It is said that the true measure of a society is reflected in how well it treats its elderly population. If so, this country is in a severe downward spiral. While the realization that we have been spending well beyond our means has finally registered with...
"Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Who's the most powerful woman of them all?" No doubt about it. Not Queen Elizabeth, Angela Merkel or Oprah Winfrey. The most powerful woman on the planet is former first lady, former senator from New York, former...
Tags: Benghazi, Italy, Elizabeth II, Mitt Romney, Leon Panetta
With the legislative session over and the dust of lawmakers departing Tallahassee barely settled, Gov. Rick Scott this week took to the campaign trail for a victory lap that was more a display of uninspired leadership than a cause for celebration....
HARRISBURG — Choice and convenience. They are two words Gov. Tom Corbett has used often since February. He says them when talking about his budget proposal to expand beer sales and sell the state-owned liquor store system to fund a four-year grant...
Big employers beware -- some California lawmakers want to pressure you to extend health insurance to virtually everyone who lands on your payroll, even part-timers who work less than two hours a day. That's one of the effects that a bill by...
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1 WHO MAY HAVE SURVIVED 17 DAYS IN BANGLADESH RUBBLE Rescue workers stop clearing the site of a collapsed factory building after a soldier says a...
Tags: YACHT (music group)
Alice Marie Francis believes it's important to have health insurance, but finding a plan that fit her budget was no easy task. "Money is tight," says the 50-year-old Burbank, Calif., mother of two, whose children are insured by their father's work-based...
When open enrollment begins in October under the new federal health care law, nearly 260,000 immigrants in Illinois will be eligible to apply for government-subsidized insurance, according to a study released Thursday. However, many of those now...
The Sunshine State is growing faster than the nation but is gaining mostly lower-wage jobs such as restaurant servers, according to an economic report released Wednesday by Wells Fargo. While hiring has picked up across most industries, it is being...
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