Government/Public Affairs

Getting insurance through the workplace has traditionally been the way most Americans obtain health insurance, but today just 60 percent of people receive their health insurance through this route.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Business, Consumer News, Government/Public Affairs, Health

Today AARP Florida released a new survey that shows 71 percent of older Florida voters, including strong majorities across party lines, would be less favorable to their Congressional representatives or Senators if they voted for...

April 2013 | Location: Florida | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Finance, Government/Public Affairs

Producer/Director Eugene Jarecki, whose film Why We Fight examined the anatomy of the American war machine, turns the same penetrating lens to the War on Drugs, seeking to lay bare its mechanics, motivations, and contradictions.

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Entertainment, Government/Public Affairs, Health, Justice/Legal

The IRS conducted a record number of audits last year and plans more for 2012, but that may not be bad news. Some audits lead to larger refunds. The challenge is for individuals and families to apply new tax law changes and plan...

April 2013 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Finance, Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal

En la serie “La mafia por dentro”, el ex-mafioso Lou Ferrante entra de manera exclusiva a algunas de las prisiones mas peligrosas del mundo para exponer los secretos de las pandillas que operan y se fortalecen desde la cárcel.

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Entertainment, Government/Public Affairs

The IRS conducted a record number of audits last year and plans more for 2012, but that may not be bad news. Some audits lead to larger refunds. The challenge is for individuals and families to apply new tax law changes and plan...

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Finance, Government/Public Affairs

Last year Americans took 10.5 billion trips on public transportation, the second highest annual ridership since 1957

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

The month of March is about sharing stories and information about Medicaid for kids via Speak Now for Kids

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs, Health

Chet Nagle, former CIA agent and member of the Committee on the Present Danger, has explored the issue of enhancing America’s defense capabilities, using a surveillance system called JLENS.

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

Arthritis Foundation’s 15th annual Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C. brings together nearly 350 key arthritis advocates from all over the country to educate Congress on the needs of those suffering from arthritis.

March 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs, Health

The Florida Legislature will soon decide whether the state will expand the Medicaid program to provide health insurance coverage to about 900,000 uninsured Floridians.

February 2013 | Location: Florida | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Government/Public Affairs, Health

Generic drugs have saved the American health care system trillions of dollars. A class of drugs called biologics, which help your immune system fight disease, are often the only treatment options for disease, yet the cost has...

February 2013 | Location: National | Category: Advocacy/Community Affairs, Government/Public Affairs, Health

Texas business, law enforcement and faith leaders are recognizing that immigrants are crucial to the state's economy and diverse communities. Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, a taxpayer advocacy group he...

February 2013 | Location: Texas | Category: Government/Public Affairs, Justice/Legal

Too many times politicians in Washington claim that cutting security spending in any capacity is dangerous and reckless. Responsible defense cuts can and must be a part of any package to avoid automatic sequestration and to...

January 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

Reportero follows a veteran reporter and his colleagues at ZETA, a Tijuana-based independent newsweekly, as they stubbornly ply their trade in one of the deadliest places in the world for members of the media.

January 2013 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

In a recent editorial on the Huffington Post, former Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy National Security Advisor for Communications and Global Outreach at the White House from 2006 to January of 2009, says while the...

December 2012 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

North Korea Successfully Launched a Three-Stage Intercontinental Ballistic Missile in the Last Week

December 2012 | Location: National | Category: Government/Public Affairs

(New York, November, 2012) – Everyone knows that germs can cause diseases, illness, or even death, and that they remain a serious public health threat today.

November 2012 | Location: National | Category: Consumer News, Environment, Government/Public Affairs, Health, Justice/Legal

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