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  • Creditor reaches Detroit bankruptcy deal, issues apology

    DETROIT Detroit's stiffest bankruptcy opponent reached a comprehensive settlement with the city and issued a formal apology Monday for accusing bankruptcy mediators of "naked favoritism" a turn that places Detroit within a stone's throw of achieving an...
  • Owner of Owings Mills X-ray company indicted in $7.5 million health care fraud

    Owner of Owings Mills X-ray company indicted in $7.5 million health care fraud
    The owner of an Owings Mills medical firm is accused of defrauding Medicare and Medicaid of more than $7.5 million in a federal indictment unsealed Monday. Federal prosecutors say Alpha Diagnostics owner Rafael Chikvashvili, 67, of Baltimore created...
  • More lenders are offering student-loan consolidations

    Dear Liz: I have four private student loans that I would love to consolidate so that I can have one medium-size monthly payment instead of four large ones. How do I go about finding a company that will consolidate them? Answer: If you have good credit...
  • Problem Solver: Consumers keep up fight on insurance, car dealer

    Problem Solver: Consumers keep up fight on insurance, car dealer
    Mary Klinefelter's long, confusing and mind-numbingly frustrating battle with Golden Rule Insurance continues, with the Orland Park resident chipping away at her almost year-old medical bill. Klinefelter, featured in the Aug. 28 column, had a routine...
  • Maryland wins more than $2 million in Department of Labor grants

    Maryland wins more than $2 million in Department of Labor grants
    Maryland received a roughly $400,000 bonus Monday for its crackdown on businesses that misclassify workers, part of more than $2 million the state won in federal grants. It is the first time the U.S. Department of Labor has focused funding on efforts to...
  • States will get millions to fight labor violations

    WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Labor on Monday awarded $10.2 million to nearly two dozen states to beef up enforcement of a labor scheme that companies employ to evade their tax obligations. The announcement of the first-of-their-kind grants comes one...
  • Auto insurance checks during traffic stops Wednesday

    Auto insurance checks during traffic stops Wednesday
    Drivers in Broward County will want to have their papers in order because sheriff's deputies will be checking for proof of motor vehicle insurance on Wednesday. Verification of coverage will be made during traffic stops countywide, the agency said....
  • U.S. says 115,000 could lose Obamacare insurance over immigration

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Obama administration on Monday said 115,000 people in 36 states could lose their private health insurance under Obamacare after Sept. 30, because of unresolved data problems involving their citizenship or immigration status....
  • 115,000 to lose health insurance on missed Obamacare deadline

    115,000 to lose health insurance on missed Obamacare deadline
    About 115,000 people, including 4,000 in Illinois, will lose their health insurance at the end of the month because they missed a deadline to prove they are legally in the United States, federal officials said Monday. Despite making up to a dozen...
  • Detroit reaches settlement with key creditor in bankruptcy case

    A key opponent of Detroit's plan to reduce its debt has reached a final settlement with the city, a significant step that could allow the municipality to emerge from bankruptcy protection. In a court filing Monday, lawyers for Syncora Holdings Ltd.'s...
  • Creditor Syncora reaches Detroit bankruptcy deal, issues apology

    DETROIT Detroit's stiffest bankruptcy opponent a bond insurer called Syncora reached a comprehensive settlement with the city of Detroit and issued a formal apology for accusing bankruptcy mediators of "naked favoritism." The remarkable development...