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Uber And Lyft Ride-Sharing Services Hitch Onto Medicaid

Uber And Lyft Ride-Sharing Services Hitch Onto Medicaid

By Phil Galewitz | Oct 7
Arizona became the first state to revamp its Medicaid regulations to make it easier for ride-sharing companies to participate in its nonemergency transportation benefit.

A Look at Top Cases for the Supreme Court's New Term

A Look at Top Cases for the Supreme Court's New Term

Oct 7
A look at some of the high-profile cases the court will hear in its term that begins Monday and runs through early summer 2020, and when the cases are being argued, if a date has been set.

Colleges Got $60M-Plus from OxyContin Family

Colleges Got $60M-Plus from OxyContin Family

By Collin Binkley | Oct 3
Major beneficiaries of Sackler family foundations also included the University of Oxford in England and Rockefeller, Cornell and Columbia universities in New York, according to tax and charity records reviewed by The Associated Press.

Trump Admin Shifting to Privatize Migrant Child Detention

Trump Admin Shifting to Privatize Migrant Child Detention

By Garance Burke and Martha Mendoza | Oct 3
Sheltering migrant children has become a growing business for the Florida-based government contractor.

Watch: Hamburger Mary's Restaurant Owner Sues Florida Dept. of Health, Claims Anti-Gay Bias

Watch: Hamburger Mary's Restaurant Owner Sues Florida Dept. of Health, Claims Anti-Gay Bias

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 3
The owner of several Hamburger Mary's restaurants in Florida is now suing the state's Department of Health, alleging that the agency falsely claimed one of his employees had Hepatitis A - and asserting the reason was anti-gay bias.

Google to Commit to White House Job Training Initiative

Google to Commit to White House Job Training Initiative

By Darlene Superville | Oct 3
Google is committing to a White House initiative designed to get private companies to expand job training for American workers.

Walmart to Test New Health Care Services for Workers

Walmart to Test New Health Care Services for Workers

By Anne D'Innocenzio | Oct 3
Walmart is rolling out a health care pilot program for its employees that will come up with a curated list of high quality providers but offer fewer choices than under the current plan.

U.S. Blocks Goods from Companies Suspected of Forced Labor

U.S. Blocks Goods from Companies Suspected of Forced Labor

Oct 2
The Trump administration on Tuesday announced it is holding imports of clothing, gold, diamonds and other items believed to have been produced with forced labor by companies based in Brazil, China and Malaysia, among other places.

Angry Dutch Farmers Descend on The Hague to Demand Respect

Angry Dutch Farmers Descend on The Hague to Demand Respect

By Mike Corder | Oct 1
Thousands of Dutch farmers headed to The Hague on Tuesday, many driving in slow-moving convoys of tractors that snarled traffic in the morning rush hour, for a national day of protest to demand more respect for their profession.

CVS Stops Sale of Heartburn Drugs with Suspect Contaminant

CVS Stops Sale of Heartburn Drugs with Suspect Contaminant

Oct 1
CVS has halted sales of popular heartburn treatment Zantac and the store generic version after warnings by U.S. health regulators.

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