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  • Uninsured rates fell under Obamacare, but who's reaping the benefit?

     Uninsured rates fell under Obamacare, but who's reaping the benefit?
    Hospitals and health insurers have reaped a financial windfall from the 2014 rollout of the federal health law, even beyond what was expected. Now, employers and consumers are seeking a share of the Obamacare dividend. For years, insurance companies...
  • Hippodrome sets new season, new renewal policy

    Hippodrome sets new season, new renewal policy
    The Hippodrome Theatre's 2015-2016 Broadway Series will include the hit musical "Kinky Boots" and an effort to eliminate a long-standing kink in the process of buying subscriptions. Next season's lineup also offers "Motown the Musical"; "The...
  • Bills Marrone sticks with Orton at QB

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Buffalo Bills - INSIDE SLANT Doug Marrone made it perfectly clear what he thinks of second-year quarterback EJ Manuel. Despite a 7-6 record that has the Buffalo Bills on the brink of elimination in the playoff race,...
  • Nortec's Bostich & Fussible on Tijuana cuisine, art and their final album

    Nortec's Bostich & Fussible on Tijuana cuisine, art and their final album
    In 2001, a group of DJs from Tijuana unceremoniously released an album that shook up the world of electronica. The music fused the digital sounds of synthesizers and drum machines with the brassy oompah beats of Mexican norteņo. The result was a style...
  • Wendy Williams dishes with a full plate

    Wendy Williams dishes with a full plate
    Before Wendy Williams became a fixture on daytime television with her syndicated gossipy talker she was airing out celebrities on the radio. She's made plenty of enemies, but "telling it like it is" has proved good for business. The sixth season of her...
  • Mohamed Bensouda Developing Project on Moroccan cinema

    Books and docu projects exploring national cinemas are increasingly popular: Exhibits A: Martin Scorsese's documentaries about American and Italian cinema. French helmer Bertrand Tavernier is also currently developing a documentary project entitled...
  • Sports on MSNBC? News Outlet Will Launch Streaming-Video Hub To Test New Shows, Hosts

    MSNBC is getting ready to debut a new show about sports. And one focused on books. And another that will examine celebrity and popular culture. In all, the NBCUniversal-owned cable-news network has 14 new programs ready to roll. You won't see any of them...
  • Sony hacking highlights challenge to CEO Hirai's 'One Sony' vision

    Leaked emails reveal a cultural gulf between Japan's Sony Corp and Hollywood subsidiary Sony Pictures Entertainment, highlighting the challenge of CEO Kazuo Hirai to turn around the money-losing company under the slogan One Sony. The Japanese...
  • Cheney on torture: 'I'd do it again'

    WASHINGTON - Senior Bush administration officials Sunday slammed the Senate study on the CIA's use of brutal interrogation tactics, and defended the techniques as necessary to get information from senior al-Qaida operatives who had stopped talking to...
  • Losing Md. film incentive would be costly

    Losing Md. film incentive would be costly
    I have been crewing on films in Maryland since 1976. It has been my pleasure to work with a local group of highly motivated individuals who do extraordinary things. I have worked with cinematographers, carpenters, welders, riggers, makeup artists,...
  • 'Strike Back's' James Dormer to Adapt 'Beowulf' as Dark Ages Western

    LONDON -- James Dormer, who exec produced two seasons of "Strike Back," is to adapt the epic Anglo-Saxon poem "Beowulf" as an action-packed drama. The U.K. broadcaster ITV, which has greenlit the series, describes it as "a Western set in the Dark Ages...