The FBI Recommends No Charges Against Hillary Clinton
Even though the FBI is recommending that no charges be filed against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server as secr
Judge to decide whether to uphold, dismiss charges against suspended Sheriff Will Lewis
In court on Monday in Laurens County, suspended Greenville County Sheriff Will Lewis' attorney Rauch Wise argued to have his client's charges dropped.
Should health-care workers press charges against violent patients?
From the Post: “Excuse me,” I lightly tap the railing on the stretcher. Suddenly, the patient swivels over and throws a punch at me. I duck out of the way, and security officers rush over. Violence…
The Take-Charge Guide to Allergies
It's that dreaded time of year again when runny noses, itchy eyes, and scratchy throats take center stage.
Federal Judge Won't Dismiss Extortion Charges Against Top Walsh Aides
Sexual harassment case against India top judge dismissed
Then-in-coming Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi (C) signs the oath in presence of India’s President Ram Nath Kovind (not seen) during the swearing-in ceremony inside the Durbar Hall at the presidential palace in New Delhi in October 2018 (CHANDAN KHANNA) New Delhi (AFP) – A Supreme Court panel on Monday dismissed a sexual...Read More
Health system pays $10.1M to settle overbilling charges
The BayCare Health System in Florida has agreed to pay more than $10.1 million to settle a federal investigation into its billing practices, the U.S. Justice Department announced.
Can Charging Drivers Really Solve the Subway Crisis?
The subway’s leader, Andy Byford, says he needs $40 billion to fix the system. Congestion pricing could help pay for his plan, but it won’t cover the entire tab.
Tips, gratuities, cover and service charges: call for evidence
We're asking for your evidence on how employers pass on tips, gratuities, cover and service charges to their employees.
A Trump administration proposal that would change the way the government determines whether someone is likely to be a "public charge" could be deterring immigrants with legal status and parents of citizen children across Connecticut from accessing a range of public benefits like food stamps or Medicaid The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposal would expand the definition of "public charge," which examines how likely…
How Parents Can Take Charge of Childhood Obesity
America is one of the unhealthiest countries in the world by many reports. We’re out of shape and our life expectancy lowers with each plate of fried glory. This national issue spirals down to low …
How a plumber charges more than a neurosurgeon
Now we can argue that physicians are still compensated well, but on the other hand they also do a phenomenal job in helping and saving lives.
Why "Charge Less" is Almost Always the Wrong Advice
When I decided to become a coach in July, I sought out several experienced coaches for advice. After all, if I was going to make this my new business, I wanted to know what to do–and what not to do–to make my business successful! One coach I spoke to advised me, “Charge less so you …
Changes to Public Charge Rule: How Will Residents Be Affected?
By Danyelle Rigli, Advocacy Coordinator Mountain Family Health Centers cares deeply about the health of
2 Charges Dismissed Against Holy Fire Arson Suspect, But Judge Rules Trial Can Move Forward
Trial has been ordered for a man charged with setting a Southern California wildfire that destroyed more than a dozen homes this summer and forced thousands of people to evacuate. A judge in Orange County ruled Thursday that there's enough evidence to try Forrest Gordon Clark for arson and making criminal threats, even though arson investigators testified there wasn't any physical evidence tying him to the Holy Fire. Two charges of resisting arrest had been dismissed.
Judge rules female genital mutilation law unconstitutional, dismisses several charges
A federal judge has dismissed several charges against Dr. Jumana Nagarwala in the historic female genital mutilation case, ruling that the federal law against female genital mutilation is unconstitutional.
Why prosecutors dismissed the charges against Jussie Smollett
The dismissal of the "Empire" actor's case left unanswered questions. Here are some answers.
New federal rules put patients back in charge of their healthcare: ONC's Rucker
Dr. Don Rucker, the national coordinator for health IT says new proposed rules to increase interoperability will give patients back the power over their healthcare.
How does fast charging work? Here’s every single standard compared
Modern smartphones can charge in mere minutes instead of hours. How does fast charging work? Our guide has all the answers you need. We explain the basics of smartphone batteries and then delve into the specific ratings and speeds of some of the most popular fast charging standards on the market.
Clinical Trials That Charge Patients To Participate Raise Ethical Questions
People will pay as much as $285,000 in hopes that an experimental treatment will stop or reverse the aging process.