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Evidence of a Policy of Intimidation in Contract Negotiations between Hospitals and BCBS

A Blue Cross spokeswoman said that no negotiations for a new contract were under way at that time and negotiators had not scheduled any meetings. Spokespersons for both Blue Cross and the Tri-City Med... read more

Food for Thought: Do you know what steak you're getting?

It is tender and flavorful no matter how it’s sautéed, grilled or broiled and less expensive than a beef fillet. Spread potato slices evenly on greased cookie sheet. Brush with oil and sprinkle with o... read more

High gas prices aren't getting between North Carolina drivers and their vacations

Gas prices don't appear to be keeping North Carolina drivers at home over the holiday weekend, bucking a national trend of people rethinking trips because of rising gas prices. Brendan Byrnes, a spoke... read more

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Work Life Champions

Family-friendly benefits and flexible cultures are the norm at the Working Mother 100 Best Companies. Translation: Parent employees get home in time for dinner, working moms get to the C-Suite and pai... read more

K-pop dancer brings high-energy moves to Decatur Park District program

Hyelim Cho, who is a Decatur attorney, began teaching her country’s modern style of dance to students at the Decatur Park District’s Poage Arts and Recreation Center on North Oakland ... Emory Univers... read more

Autism One: As quacky as it ever was

Autism biomed quackery, of course: Dr. Anju Usman is director of True Health Medical Center in Naperville ... have successfully used the protocol as well as children who have lost their diagnosis and ... read more

Stories for March 2013

FREEPORT – Bahamian authorities made a major drug bust at the Freeport Container Port on Wednesday, seizing more than $1 million of suspected cocaine. PRINCE Hepburn, 50, was unanimously convicted of ... read more

Big Banks May Lose $185B in AWOL Customers

What is unclear is whether all that lost revenue will go to credit unions and banks other than those listed here, or whether it will simply be redistributed among the 10 biggest as customers switch fr... read more

We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

“Bipartisanship is another term of date rape,” says Grover Norquist ... Republicans: The No.1 reason the rest of the world thinks we’re deaf, dumb and dangerous. Rich ironies abound! Lies pop up like ... read more

KHN Morning Briefing

Health Law 2 Heritage Foundation Urges Congress To 'Go Further' On Repeal Trump Meets With Architect Of Indiana's Novel Medicaid Expansion Program Administration News 1 Potential HHS Pick Tom Price Bi... read more

A Republican Says It Better Than I Ever Could

That we are only a "conservative" country if you take all the social programs enacted since the 1930s off the table. This is how I put it in a comment a couple of weeks ago: In the early 1900s the ide... read more

8th ANNUAL Men of Excellence

Zion Baptist Church ... strategies and investing," he says. Van chose New York Life over competitors because he felt it had the edge on diversity. He notes that New York Life's Cultural Markets initia... read more

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