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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

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

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

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David Cassidy Web Exclusive: “If I take another drink, I'm going to die"

Note: After this interview taped, Monday, David Cassidy was ordered to spend five years on probation after pleading no contest to a drunken driving charge in Los Angeles. Singer and songwriter David C... read more


Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana

The drug war is a goof and you’ve heard the arguments. But using the medical-marijuana law as a back-door path to legalization is not the solution. Councilman Brown says the “legitimate” dispensary ow... 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

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

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

Ode to Late Autumn

Late autumn, as a season, gets no love. It is the least glorious time of year, widely decried as gloomy, drab, even pointless. The period right after Thanksgiving is known primarily for the retail sho... read more

Einstein, insanity and the war on drugs

Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting different results. His definition fits America’s war on drugs, a multi-billion dollar, four-decade exercise in futilit... read more

Beaver Falls 35, New Brighton 14 FINAL

Details: Friday, 7 p.m., Oak Hill Field Last week: Beaver Falls def. Freedom 49-26, New Brighton lost to Laurel 34-28 Last meeting: Beaver Falls 44-20 last season Fast Facts: Traditionally, this game ... read more

Reclaiming Civil Discourse

This week, THE JOURNAL examined the provocative and often hostile language used by some ‘shock jock’ talk radio hosts to criticize liberals and liberalism. Unitarian pastor Chris Buice, whose congrega... read more



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