close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 10 Fox News Flash top headlines for Dec. 10 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A California bride was caught trying to scam wedding website The Knot out of thousands of dollars — twice. Vermyttya Miller, 37, was sentenced to five years in county jail, and hit with a $22,500 fine, on one count of insurance fraud for the October 2016 incident, to which she pleaded no contest. MAN PROPOSES TO GIRLFRIEND BY STAGING A FAKE ARMED ROBBERY, IT DOES NOT GO OVER WELL Miller had booked her wedding reception for the Galleria Ballroom in Glendale through The Knot. The venue reportedly came with $10K insurance for event cancellation or postponement. Soon after booking, Miller filed an insurance claim, alleging she tripped on her wedding dress and had to cancel the reception because of her injuries. Miller also provided medical documents corroborating her claims, the California Department of Insurance reported … [Read more...] about California bride tried scamming wedding website The Knot out of $10G twice, insurance department finds
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close Video Supreme Court to hear arguments in private insurers’ suit against US government USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy fellow Christen Young weighs in. Private health insurers are poised to prevail Tuesday at the Supreme Court over claims the federal government owes them billions of dollars from a now-defunct financial incentive program in the Affordable Care Act. It is the fifth time the justices have heard legal challenges to the 2010 Affordable Care, but the current issue has little of the partisan rancor of previous disputes, such as individual mandates and contraception coverage. SUPREME COURT LEAVES KENTUCKY ULTRASOUND LAW IN PLACE At issue now is whether Congress appropriately limited funding to private companies after earlier promising them a financial stopgap against losses. Health providers in six states say they are the victims of a federal "bait-and-switch," by agreeing to participate in an Obamacare program designed … [Read more...] about Supreme Court offers sympathetic ear to insurers over $12B in ObamaCare claims
Ben Boyer can still picture the expression on his wife's face that night six years ago, as they talked over dinner at their favorite Italian restaurant in London. It had been four years since Xenia Trejo had been diagnosed, at the age of 33, with a malignant brain tumor that doctors said would eventually end her life. But as she sat across the table from Ben that evening, Xenia radiated joy. She felt strong, and after numerous rounds of treatment, her doctors had just told them that Xenia's tumor was stable enough to do something she had long dreamed of: pursue a pregnancy. Now Xenia was asking Ben, What do you think? Should we try? They had always planned to be parents, and the possibility had hovered even since Xenia's diagnosis, but now it finally felt within reach. "Let's do it," Ben told her. By the time they left the restaurant and walked home together, they knew they would try to start a family. In that hopeful moment, the reality of their circumstances felt far away. There are … [Read more...] about What does it mean to create new life when one parent is dying?
When I sat down to write my first “official” gratitude letter in January 2016, I considered it a bit of karmic good housekeeping. I was going to celebrate a milestone birthday that year and felt the time was right to express proper thanks to the people who had helped, shaped and inspired me up to that point in my life. In what I would come to call my Thank-You Project, I planned to write a letter each week to acknowledge all I had been given by the people around me over the years. Nothing fancy. Just a thank-you note. What I never expected was how profoundly and deeply my thank-you letter writing practice would impact me, permanently changing the way I moved through the world and deepening my relationships with the recipients of the letters. Given that my Thank-You Project took place against the backdrop of the last presidential election, the letters also gave me a weekly dose of reassurance that the divisiveness and angry rhetoric around me was counterbalanced by all the … [Read more...] about I spent a year thanking the people who had shaped and inspired me. It changed my life
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