DES MOINES (AP) — More than 200,000 people enrolled in Iowa's privatized Medicaid program have been formally switched to new coverage followin…
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AUSTIN — Insurance may have covered only 25 to 45 percent of Houston houses flooded by Tropical Storm Harvey, but that’s not because it wasn’t available to homeowners
ALBANY — A volunteer firefighter for more than three decades, Brian McQueen got the grim news on Dec. 24, 2013.
Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting a year ago in June with a Russian attorney who he believed was going to provide some dirt on Democratic presidentia…
Although home field advantage in the World Series is no longer at stake for the winning league, the 88th MLB All-Star Game promises to provide a fitting showcase for a new generation of the game's biggest stars.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Top honors in the “Best of CNHI” editorial contest for 2016 went to newspapers and journalists who told difficult stories about the heroin crisis, documented gang violence and persistently pursued public records.
VALDOSTA, Ga. — Numerous media outlets, including The Valdosta Daily Times, are appealing a judge’s gag order in a cold case over a decade old, arguing that the order is far too broad and infringes on First Amendment rights.
Policies supported by Republican congressional leaders to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could lead millions of people to lose their health coverage, according to a presentation given to state governors meeting Saturday in Washington.