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  • Health care law backers plan counteroffensive

    Health care law backers plan counteroffensive
    After months of being pummeled by Republican attacks on the new healthcare law, the Obama administration and its allies are striking back in an attempt to stem public disaffection with the health overhaul ahead of the November election. A nationwide,...
  • Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications

    Some lawyers profit off foreclosure fears, loan modifications
    A loophole in state and federal laws has made it easy for some attorneys to take advantage of Illinois residents struggling to keep their homes. Attorneys are among the few professionals who can legally charge upfront fees to help homeowners modify their...
  • State sues bounce house manufacturer

    A Burbank manufacturer of inflatable bounce houses is being sued by the state for allowing too much lead in its products. Last month the California Attorney General's Office went after 11 manufacturers of the popular inflatable structures, saying the...
  • Home insurers revoking discounts for hurricane-proofing

    Home insurers revoking discounts for hurricane-proofing
    Many Florida homeowners shelled out hundreds or thousands of dollars to fortify their homes against hurricanes in recent years to qualify for insurance discounts. Some got them — for a while. This year, some homeowners are feeling the impact of...
  • Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm

    Foreclosure attorney Stern leaves as chairman of subsidiary firm
    Plantation foreclosure attorney David J. Stern, who is under investigation by state regulators over his law firm's alledged mishandling of tens of thousands of foreclosure documents, has left his position as chairman of the subsidiary company that handles...
  • is it really an emergency?

    Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Virginia wants you to know that a sore throat, back pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea do not always require a trip to the emergency room. Instead, the health insurer says, they can be treated in an urgent care...
  • report sheds light on some medical costs

    Commercial insurance companies in Virginia pay, on average, $733 for a breast biopsy in a physician's office and $2,903 for the same procedure at an ambulatory surgery center. Medicare pays an average of $306 for a breast biopsy in an ambulatory...
  • Obama decries 'politics as a business'

    Barack Obama on Thursday delivered a primer for the nation on the strange and often sordid universe of Illinois politics as the president-elect promised full disclosure--soon--of any contact between his aides and Gov. Rod Blagojevich's administration over...
  • House officials under inquiry

    A Congressional ethics body is investigating whether campaign contributions to Rep. John Campbell (R-Irvine) and seven other congressmen influenced their votes on last year's financial regulatory reform bill. Campbell's spokesman confirmed Thursday that...
  • Marketing firm re-engineers approach to women's health

    Marketing firm re-engineers approach to women's health
    Who: Tanya Abreu, president and national program director of Spirit of Women. What: Boca Raton-based company is a women's health marketing and strategies firm that also serves as a clearinghouse of information for consumers. The company publishes the...
  • Former police officer arrested

    Authorities arrested a Fountain Valley man and former police officer who failed to show up to court to be arraigned for more than 60 charges related to defrauding clients of his unlicensed private investigation business. Kevin Michael Sianez, 53, was...