American Academy of Family Physicians
Former CMS Head Breaks Down ACO Lessons to Date
A new approach to delivering -- and paying for -- health care made its debut three years ago and has been picking up steam ever since.
The Wichita Eagle
Payday loan case reveals brutal interest rates
In January 2011, finding herself in need of some financial assistance after the holidays, she had taken out a $600 "payday loan" from an online lending business that advertised fast cash.
Sandy Springs Neighbor
Commission to tackle tax hike, zoning and guns
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners at its meeting Wednesday is expected to vote on the 2014 millage rate, zoning requests and the Safe Carry Protection Act.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Sewer extension project alive again
Pressed by many homeowners to delay the project last year, HTMA voted in December to suspend it indefinitely.
Hays Daily News
Brady Center to challenge gun law
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is prepared to "vigorously defend" Kansas when the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence files a lawsuit Wednesday challenging the state's Second Amendment Protection Act.
Test your historical aptitude
Our Fourth of July quiz is difficult, but at least you'll know more about American history when you're done than when you started.