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In U.S., Most Say Reducing Cost of Care High Priority for Biden

Story Highlights Lowering cost of insurance and drugs highest healthcare priorities Democrats more optimistic than pessimistic costs can be reduced Most think U.S. is moving in wrong direction in curtailing costs WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Seven in ten (70%) U.S. adults say lowering health insurance premiums should be a high priority for President Joe Biden and his administration among key healthcare issues, followed closely by lowering drug costs (66%) and reducing the uninsured rate (63%). These results are based

news.gallup.com ,  2min 0
In U.S., Most Say Reducing Cost of Care High Priority for Biden

Pinpoint Weather: Snow ends, then windy and much colder

Skip to content If you can postpone your travels a few hours this morning, try to do so. Although the snow will end early this morning, slippery roads will likely remain an issue, especially along and west of the Parkway. The snow will end for most of the region before sunrise. Wet, slushy, and snow-covered roads will make for hazardous travel conditions this morning. Winds will increase as the storm exits our area. Expect gusts around 30 mph in the Piedmont and as high as 40 mph in the mountains. Gusty winds

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Pinpoint Weather: Snow ends, then windy and much colder

PH slips further to lower half of corruption index — report

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, January 28) — The Philippines has fallen further down the bottom half of the Corruption Perceptions Index, according to an annual report of Transparency International. The country placed 115th out of 180 nations in the 2020 index , two slots down from its ranking in 2019. The CPI evaluates countries and territories by “their perceived levels of public sector corruption, according to experts and businesspeople,” the report said. The CPI index uses a scale from 0 to 100. The

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PH slips further to lower half of corruption index — report

GameStop slugfest spreads as calls for probe build

(Reuters) - The battle between small-time traders and hedge funds that has shaken U.S. and European stock markets moved into Asia on Thursday, with surges in several Australian companies squeezing another batch of financial institutions that have bet on the stocks falling. In Europe, where the trend has already shown up in a jump in the value of Finnish technology company Nokia Oyj, shares in the video game chain at the centre of the U.S. action, GameStop, dipped 16%. That move, roughly in line with an overnight

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GameStop slugfest spreads as calls for probe build

Election math doesn't work in Trump's favor, despite what Gingrich says

St. Augustine Record Seek more perfect union Newt Gingrich must not have taken statistics or any form of quantitative analysis in college. Sunday, he exclaimed that Donald Trump's 74 million votes were more than any previous president’s. He mentioned Ronald Reagan, who won 525 of the 538 electoral votes, the most of any presidential candidate in U.S. history. Currently, the U.S. population is 331 million. In 1980, it was 226.5 million – 105 million less. By the way, Joe Biden won 81 million votes and in

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Election math doesn't work in Trump's favor, despite what Gingrich says

ONE Atomweight Grand Prix action nears

Denice Zamboanga in her last ONE Championship atomweight bout. ONE PHOTO MANILA, Philippines—ONE Championship is finally moving into the fight stage of the ONE World Atomweight Grand Prix. ONE Chairman and CEO Chatri Sityodtong said the promotion has already filled out seven of the eight spots in the tournament with the winner being named the Grand Prix champion and earning the chance to fight division titleholder Angela Lee. “We have signed seven of the eight and we are in the process of signing no.8, that’s

sports.inquirer.net ,  3min 0
ONE Atomweight Grand Prix action nears

2021 READERS’ CHOICE MAN OF THE YEAR: Man of many titles proudly wears label of ‘Girl Dad’ throughout 2020

The Voice of the Trojans. Dedicated member of the Millington Education Foundation and Mario Reed Foundation, Mark Healy is also known as an assistant coach for the Millington Lady Trojans. The longtime Millington resident and 1980 Millington Central High School graduate is a part of the city’s fabric those those organization and as an employee for the City of Millington. But at home to wife Sharon and his three daughters Ashley, Amanda and Angela, he’s one of the original “Girl Dads.” A term made popular

millington-news.com ,  4min 0
2021 READERS’ CHOICE MAN OF THE YEAR: Man of many titles proudly wears label of ‘Girl Dad’ throughout 2020

Russia detains allies of jailed opposition leader Navalny

A police officer pushes photographers from a door of the apartment where Oleg Navalny, brother of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny lives in Moscow, Russia, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021. Police are searching the Moscow apartment of jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, another apartment where his wife is living and two offices of his anti-corruption organization. Navalny's aides reported the Wednesday raids on social media. Don't have an account? Become a member today for less than $15.17/month

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Russia detains allies of jailed opposition leader Navalny

Police ask for public's help in effort to solve slaying

CORBIN, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky State Police are asking for the public's help in an effort to solve a slaying in Knox County. Anyone with information in the death of Adam Pinkley, 34, is asked to contact the state police post in Harlan, officials said in a statement this week. Pinkley's remains were found in the Gray community of Knox County in December 2018 by a teenager riding an all-terrain vehicle, police said. The remains were later identified by the State Medical Examiner’s Office in Frankfort. Police

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Police ask for public's help in effort to solve slaying

For Utah, Biden Climate-Change Plan Could Mean Cleaner Air, New Jobs

Restoring EPA regulations on vehicle emissions standards could help the Wasatch Front/Salt Lake City region roll back its annual brown cloud, which appears each winter. (Utah Dept. of Health) January 28, 2021 SALT LAKE CITY -- President Joe Biden released a package of executive orders this week designed to fight climate change, curb pollution, conserve natural resources and address environmental justice. The directives establish a new federal Office of Climate Change and a National Climate Task Force to work

publicnewsservice.org ,  4min 0
For Utah, Biden Climate-Change Plan Could Mean Cleaner Air, New Jobs

Yannick Bestaven wins Vendée Globe as dramatic sea rescue proves crucial

Frenchman Yannick Bestaven celebrates after winning the Vendée Globe solo round-the-world sailing race. Photograph: Loïc Venance/AP Yannick Bestaven won the Vendée Globe solo round-the-world sailing race after he was handed a time bonus of over 10 hours for his role in rescuing a fellow competitor, more than 80 days alone at sea and an unusually close final few hours to determine the winner on Thursday. The 48-year-old Bestaven wasn’t the first to cross the finish line — that honour went to his fellow

theguardian.com ,  4min 0
Yannick Bestaven wins Vendée Globe as dramatic sea rescue proves crucial

FDA: Coronavirus Variants Impacting Tests

FDA OFFICIAL SAYS CORONAVIRUS VARIANTS ARE IMPACTING TESTS 1/1 FDA official says coronavirus variants are impacting tests. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – Coronavirus variants showing-up across the U.S. are starting to impact testing for the virus. On Wednesday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says it is asking medical developers to make sure tests can detect the virus, even as it continues to mutate. One FDA director says the agency is staying vigilant in monitoring how the variants impact test accuracy.

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FDA: Coronavirus Variants Impacting Tests

Kansas labor department hopes to eliminate unemployment fraud with new security system [The Wichita Eagle]

Jan. 27—After tens of thousands of fraudulent unemployment claims hampered its system, the Kansas Department of Labor will install new security software to combat identity theft, which could speed up payments to those who legitimately qualify and prevent the pain for fraud victims. In order to implement the new identity verification software, the labor department will take its servers offline starting Saturday. The site should be back online and return to normal by Tuesday morning. While the servers are offline,

dailyrepublic.com ,  5min 0
Kansas labor department hopes to eliminate unemployment fraud with new security system [The Wichita Eagle]