Labor Officials Promise to Fix Program for Coal Miners With Black Lung
Federal labor officials told lawmakers today that they have notified dozens of coal workers they should re-apply for black lung benefits because their claims were denied in part based on medical reviews by a controversial Johns Hopkins physician .
Brandon Lewis 'promoted to housing and planning minister'
Brandon Lewis has been promoted to the position of Minister of State for Housing and Planning in today's reshuffle, the Department for Communities and Local Government said today.
Safety seat violations in Richmond County continue to rise
Lindsay's passion for news started at a very young age. She was only in elementary school when she began her journey in the broadcast industry as a host for the morning announcements.
The First Ten
This Saturday marks exactly ten years since I joined the WBAL Radio News team. I'm not one who dwells much on the past, but permit me to use this blog to offer a few reflections.
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With 'Tale of Two Cities' ABC's 'NY Med' Paints Portrait of U.S. Health Care
They're just 12 miles and two train stops away, yet NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and University Hospital, Newark, exist in "two different worlds," says Terence Wrong, executive producer of ABC's "NY Med."
Medical series 'NY Med' returns Thursday on ABC
You could probably also safely describe it as a docu-series. Just don't call this award-winning project a "reality show" in front of Terence Wrong.
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'NY Med' producer sees direct impact of work
That's a profound point of pride, as well as extra assurance of attentive care. Wrong has established a niche as the maker of rigorous nonfiction television series that go behind the scenes at institutions, more often than not hospitals, ever since his first series on Johns Hopkins Hospital aired in 2000.