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We are facing the real prospect of a crisis in the healthcare field. Everyone in this country will be affected in the big cities and the small. The crisis will be far more dramatic in the rural areas than elsewhere. We are facing a critical shortage of...
LIVONIA, Mich. (AP) — One of Michigan's newest justices knocks down the belief that there's something wrong with having sharp differences at the state Supreme Court. Brian Zahra, who was appointed to the court in 2011 and wants to keep his job in...
MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
Among the queries considered by the Anne Arundel County Council this year are issues large and small that lawmakers have asked voters to resolve: Should the Anne Arundel County Council take a vacation in August? What day should the county executive...
Tags: Trials, Referenda, Elections, Government, Ethics
On the eighth floor of the Daley Center, behind a locked metal door, is a narrow room known as the vault. Within its walls reside files that Cook County Circuit Court judges have ordered hidden from the public, something they have done hundreds of...
The Broward School District now has its own Ken Starr-like report chronicling the sexcapades of an elected official. Teachers, principals, and administrators who work for the school district are abuzz about the steamy read behind the dully titled...
Tags: Email, Broward County, Trials, Elections, Personal Service
email@example.comEditor's note: When South Dakota's candidates for the state's lone seat in the U.S. House visited the Brown County Fair, each took time to visit with an American News reporter. Democrat Matt Varilek of Sioux Falls is challenging incumbent Republican...
Services will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Masonic Lodge, 304 International Circle, Cockeysville, for Stephen J. Hughes, 57, a former economist and founding partner of the Towson law firm of Treanor Pope and Hughes, who died June 4. Mr....
When a jury ordered Johns Hopkins Hospital to pay $55 million to a Baltimore family whose newborn was brain-damaged, the case hinged on what doctors and nurses did in the two hours before birth. But the jury never heard about the nurse midwife trying...
Maryland's medical community is concerned about the potential fallout from two multimillion-dollar malpractice judgments awarded by Baltimore juries to families who blamed local hospitals where their babies were delivered for their children's...
The recent article about the large amount of settlements in malpractice claims reveals the inequities in the medical system and how the trial lawyers continue to be getting favorable treatment while the actual delivery of medical care is controlled ("...
The federal Affordable Care Act is designed to extend insurance coverage to many more Americans than are currently insured — as many as 30 million more, according to a recent report in The New York Times. But will these newly covered people be...
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