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Amid decline, newspapers press less for records in court
3/18/2020 3:01:51 PM

By Amy Taxin   Shane Fitzgerald has pushed for public records in court to help his reporters uncover details of a destructive school fire, the police shooting of an inmate and a public defender who wasn't doing much work. But there are many instances where his newspaper group in suburban Philadelphia has not, especially since the declines in the news industry walloped the budgets for local news coverage and left little to cover the costs of court fights for public access. “You really have to assess your risk there, and, do you really have a shot at getting...

Returning to acting, Jagger plays a man of wealth and taste
3/12/2020 1:52:28 PM

By Jake Coyle   NEW YORK (AP)—It's been nearly 20 years since Mick Jagger last acted, but as the new film “The Burnt Orange Heresy” shows, his chops have gathered no moss. In the film, which Sony Pictures Classics will release Friday, Jagger co-stars alongside Claes Bang and Elizabeth Debicki as a devilish art collector who cunningly convinces an art journalist (Bang) to use a rare interview with a reclusive artist (Donald Sutherland) as an opportunity to steal one of his paintings. It's Jagger's first film since 2001's “The Man From...

Virus Outbreak-Mideast-Comic Con
3/12/2020 1:48:50 PM

With hand sanitizer nearby, Dubai Comic Con laughs at virus DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP)—As papier-mache hand grenades and plastic assault rifles barely caught the attention of security guards, a health official in Dubai wordlessly watched over an infrared camera filming all who passed by—including a few scythe-wielding Grim Reapers. Welcome to Comic Con in the times of the new coronavirus. The Middle East Film & Comic Con began Thursday night in Dubai, a city of skyscrapers and nightclubs suddenly subdued by the outbreak of the new virus across the region. The...

Royal farewell: Harry, Meghan on final duty before new life
3/12/2020 1:45:57 PM

LONDON (AP)—It's definitely a farewell. But will it be fond? Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will fulfill their final royal commitment when they appear Monday at the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey in London. It's the last time they will be seen at work with the entire royal Windsor clan before they fly off into self-imposed exile in North America. The service marks the end of a two-month drama that began when the couple announced plans to walk away from their roles as senior members of Britain's royal family and into a world...

Experts: Cruise ships no place for a coronavirus quarantine
3/12/2020 1:35:26 PM

By Jay Reeves   Cruise ships hit by coronavirus outbreaks have quickly found themselves with no ports for thousands of passengers as countries on four continents have quarantined vessels or kept them at sea for days. Keeping all of the passengers on board instead of letting them disembark on land is a strategy that can backfire, however, according to experts, because the ventilation systems and close quarters of cruise ships make them ideal places for illness to jump from one person to the next. “They're not designed as quarantine facilities, to put it...

Behind the scenes, scientists prep for COVID-19 vaccine test
3/12/2020 1:31:43 PM

By Lauran Neergaard   WASHINGTON (AP)—A team of scientists jostled for a view of the lab dish, staring impatiently for the first clue that an experimental vaccine against the new coronavirus just might work. After weeks of round-the-clock research at the National Institutes of Health, it was time for a key test. If the vaccine revs up the immune system, the samples in that dish—blood drawn from immunized mice—would change color. Minutes ticked by, and finally they started glowing blue. “Especially at moments like this, everyone crowds around,”...

Keep marching to redeem our nation’s soul
3/12/2020 1:25:22 PM

By Marian Wright Edelman Founder and President Emerita   “Fifty-five years ago, a few of our children attempted to march from Brown Chapel AME Church across this bridge. We were beaten, we were tear-gassed. I thought I was going to die on this bridge. But somehow and some way, God Almighty helped me here. We cannot give up now. We cannot give in. We must keep the faith. Keep our eyes on the prize. We must go out and vote like we never, ever voted before. Some people gave more than a little blood. Some gave their very lives. So I say to each and every one of you, especially...

Official: White House didn't want to tell seniors not to fly
3/12/2020 1:05:07 PM

By Mike Stobbe   NEW YORK (AP)—The White House overruled health officials who wanted to recommend that elderly and physically fragile Americans be advised not to fly on commercial airlines because of the new coronavirus, a federal official told The Associated Press. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention submitted the plan as a way of trying to control the virus, but White House officials ordered the air travel recommendation be removed, said the official who had direct knowledge of the plan. Trump administration officials have since suggested certain people should...

Nursing home outbreak spotlights Coronavirus risk in elder care facilities
3/4/2020 5:42:15 PM

By JoNel Aleccia Kaiser Health News   KIRKLAND, WA—An outbreak of coronavirus disease in a nursing home near Seattle is prompting urgent calls for precautionary tactics at America’s elder care facilities, where residents are at heightened risk of serious complications from the illness because of the dual threat of age and close living conditions. The emergence of the novel contagious illness at the Life Care Center of Kirkland, Washington, has left one resident dead and four others hospitalized, with three in critical condition, local health officials said late...

The Savvy Senior - Simple things you can do to help stop Medicare fraud
3/4/2020 5:39:54 PM

By Karen Fletcher California Health Advocates   Let’s make Medicare stronger for all of us. Did you know that fraud costs Medicare an estimated $60-90 billion each year? This fraud fundamentally damages the Medicare program by raising the cost of healthcare for everyone. It is vitally important to root out fraud, and Medicare needs your help!   Protect Protecting your personal information is the best line of defense in the fight against Medicare fraud and abuse. Take an active role in protecting your healthcare benefits: Protect your personal...