Insurance

America's nursing home industry was already in crisis. Then came the pandemic.
The once-powerful South Carolina lawyer's precipitous fall from grace continues.
Experts share their advice for deciding whether to insure your next trip.
The proposal is aimed at increasing insurance coverage among low-income people living in the country illegally who aren’t eligible for government-funded coverage.
With COVID-19 relief for jobless Americans set to expire soon, two Democratic senators propose new national standards for compensation.
“I just wanted to cry, I felt so relieved.”
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The state lost a greater share of its nursing home residents to the coronavirus than any other state this fall.
“There’s just massive scores of homes with large outbreaks with no interventions at all.”
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Here's what to know before you risk your money (or your health).
Law enforcement doesn't solve many burglaries, but there are still reasons to file a report.
The 70-year-old man said goodbye to his family before miraculously recovering.
At least 16,000 dead, shortages of gear and workers — and it doesn't have to be this way.
The pandemic will affect airports, hotels and other aspects of your future trips.
Neither the federal government nor the leader in nursing home deaths, New York, has mandated testing for all residents and staff.
Americans without insurance won’t have to pay for coronavirus testing and treatment, but this new coverage plan has some holes in it.
Here's how two Ontarians answered, “Should I bring my parent home?”
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Here's how to plan ahead if you're a single or divorced parent who's worried about how to care for your kids if you get coronavirus.
The city's hospitals are reporting a “huge increase” in nursing home resident admissions as the virus spreads in uniquely vulnerable facilities.
Lots of people will get help, though lots more will need it.