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Now that many workers are seeing their first set of higher paychecks, we're interested in hearing about what the increase
The HuffPost/YouGov poll was conducted Aug. 6-10 among 1,000 U.S. adults using a sample selected from YouGov's opt-in online
An upcoming battle over funding for transportation projects could send America's infrastructure over the "highway cliff." Some
Dave Jamieson joins HuffPost Live to discuss why uninsured Americans in Red States must now rely on hope.
TwarDokus is among an estimated 5.7 million Americans stuck in a coverage gap: making too little to qualify for a subsidy
“What’s different now is the wholesale moderation of Democratic positions on issues we used to own – education, income inequality
On July 13 the hospital called — Elizabeth had died. It wasn’t until the following day that Garcia finally spoke to a medical
Where do black boys like Jordan Davis and Trayvon Martin cry? Where can they be children that play, laugh and joke as they
The approval process for any exportation facility is lengthy. Permits and approvals are required at the federal, state and
While waiting for science to answer questions for 300,000 West Virginians, restaurants, clinics, and other water-based businesses -- those that can afford the cost of bottled water -- will likely outlast this crisis. Some restaurateurs, like Meena Anada, who owns Little India with her husband Harish, may use bottled water forever.
The following story was reported by Capital and Main as part of its California Exposé investigative series, and published
Brown’s provision is intended to save California from paying the overtime required under the new federal regulations. But
"Sunday brought some surprises. Due to the lack of water to clean chalices, Holy Communion at our parish was limited to the
The audit, released Friday by the World Bank’s Office of the Compliance Advisor Ombudsman, says IFC staff underestimated
That pathway may soon be closing. A little-known but powerful organization called the Accrediting Commission for Community
I refused and threatened to contact his manager. Unexpectedly, he said that if I brought my updated papers the next day, he
The nail-bitingly close results have been a hassle for voters as well. A new ruling Friday from Virginia's state election
"Grid-tied battery backup systems are as old as the earliest days of grid-connected solar, and there's no good reason for
Another insurer, Humana, was fined $65,430 in Kentucky for a letter "misleading intentionally" its consumers and pushing
Last week San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed delivered his usual speech about the benefits of slashing the retirement benefits of