The child suffered significant facial trauma and remains hospitalized, authorities said, but she is expected to recover. Her name has not been released, and authorities have released few details about the shooting, citing the ongoing investigation. … [Read more...] about 11-Year-Old Girl Shot In Face When She Answers Door At Family’s Pennsylvania Home
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“It was fun, they all seemed super nice and interesting and asked me questions, and I liked asking them about teammates on their team who had an injury and I liked hearing that they were recovered,” Mary said. “Because if they can do it, I can do it. They gave me lots of hope and made me very happy.” … [Read more...] about Steelers Rookies Virtually Visit Mary Maloney At Children’s Home Of Pittsburgh
The amounts billed to insurance companies vary widely, depending on where the test is administered, according to analysis of 35,000 claims by the Houston insurer Community Health Choice. The analysis found that in-network providers billed an average of $153 per COVID-19 test. Out-of-network providers charged an average of $254 and freestanding emergency centers $463. … [Read more...] about Insurers bearing the brunt of COVID-19 test costs. That might mean higher premiums.
The lack of diversity in the upper ranks of financial regulators means that Black Americans have been largely excluded from crucial decisions in America's capitalist system, on everything from regulating banks and deciding how capital is distributed to implementing sweeping legislation like the Fair Housing Act and Dodd-Frank. … [Read more...] about Problem for capitalism: Few Black Americans run regulatory agencies
Clinic staff members say they see their role as more than treating their patients’ physical health. They work with food banks, churches and other social services to make sure people have access to food and clean drinking water while in isolation, as well as transportation when they can venture out again. … [Read more...] about During pandemic, Black families put trust in Black doctors