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  • GOP may need House Dems to help resolve DHS funding impasse

    For all the talk of Republican House Speaker John Boehner being trapped by the quarrel over funding the Homeland Security Department, he holds a potential escape key, if he's willing to use it: cooperative Democrats. Aides say he doesn't like it, but...
  • Reversing the overdose epidemic

    Reversing the overdose epidemic
    We commend Maryland officials for highlighting the serious health crisis that heroin use poses for all Marylanders and promising immediate action to respond to our state's overdose epidemic. Now is the time to invest wisely in the health care strategies...
  • Q&A: What's next for Prime Healthcare, Daughters of Charity hospitals

    Q&A: What's next for Prime Healthcare, Daughters of Charity hospitals
    Six struggling Catholics hospital in California are up for sale, and their future is in the hands of a fast-growing hospital chain based in the Inland Empire.  Prime Healthcare Services Inc., a for-profit company with headquarters in Ontario, has...
  • MassMutual Reports Record Sales Of Whole Life, Retirement Plans In 2014

    The Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. on Thursday reported 2014 financial results that included a company record for sales of whole-life insurance and retirement plans. The company said net income was $799 million compared with a net loss of $113...
  • Will younger generation shake things up at Central Florida charities?

    Will younger generation shake things up at Central Florida charities?
    A new, younger crop of top executives is taking over leadership at many of Central Florida's key nonprofit organizations — from the American Red Cross to the YMCA — in a reflection of the improving economy and baby boomers' hitting...
  • Lurie Children's CEO calls on Rauner to keep coordinated care for kids

    Lurie Children's CEO calls on Rauner to keep coordinated care for kids
    As CEO of the state's largest children's hospital, Patrick Magoon said he will lead the effort to prevent any proposed cuts to specialized programs that help care for some of the country's sickest kids. Funding for coordinated care entities, as such...
  • Anne Arundel County education briefs

    AACC braces for budget cuts Calling it a response to state budget forecasts, Anne Arundel Community College officials have passed a $112 million budget, $2 million less than the year before. The budget was "very challenging" to develop, said James...
  • South Elgin looks to use water fund for public works building

    South Elgin can spend down some unrestricted funds in the water construction fund for needed capital projects, Village Manager Steve Super said this week. He expects, with restructuring bonds and more houses set for construction on the west end of the...
  • UT Board of Trustees endorses plan for big changes at school

    Faced with a projected $377 million funding gap over 10 years, the University of Tennessee has put together a plan that could mean some tough choices ahead for the school and its students. On Thursday, the UT Board of Trustees endorsed a plan presented...
  • Puerto Rico seeks protection of federal bankruptcy code

    Puerto Rican officials sought Thursday to convince U.S. legislators that the island's financially struggling public corporations should be allowed to restructure their debt under the federal bankruptcy code. The push comes after a federal judge ruled...
  • Senate considers deal to avoid partial Homeland Security shutdown

    Senate considers deal to avoid partial Homeland Security shutdown
    Senate leaders moved toward a deal Wednesday to avoid a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security, sidestepping a fight over immigration policy. President Barack Obama, meanwhile, declared his administration would curtail deportation of immigrants...