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American Eagle Pulls ‘Coffle Chain’ Bracelet After Intense Social Media Backlash

By KTNV.com

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – A viewer reached out to us about a bracelet being sold by American Eagle Outfitters,

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CVS Set To Buy Health Insurance Giant Aetna In $69 Billion Deal

By Washington Post

Pharmacy giant CVS Health has agreed to buy Aetna in a $69 billion blockbuster acquisition 

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The Mental Health Crisis In The U.S. Can Be Directly Tied To The Loss Of Psychiatric Facilities

By NPR

A severe shortage of inpatient care for people with mental illness is amounting to a public health crisis

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African-Americans Still The Only Racial Group Earning Less Than They Did In 2000

By The Washington Post

African Americans were worse off financially in 2016 than they were in 2000.

Connecticut Man Arrested; Owes Hertz Car Rental Over $25K For Keeping Car For Almost Three Years

By WCVB.com

A 70-year-old Stamford man was arrested on charges that he never returned his rental car

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Has Trump Made Enrolling In Health Insurance Plans Too Difficult?

By InsuranceBusinessMag.com

It’s sign-up season for the Affordable Care Act, but the Trump administration isn’t making it easy

Governor Cuomo Says That Credit Agencies Should Be Required To Register With The State

By Insurance Business

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced plans to require all credit-reporting agencies to register

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Ohio Couple Purchased $1 Million Home By Scamming Medicaid

By Insurance Business

An Ohio husband and wife have been sentenced for using their home-health company to defraud Medicaid.

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Insurance Company Executives Enter Guilty Plea In $40 Million Ponzi Scheme

By Insurance Business

Four people have pleaded guilty to a $40 million Ponzi scheme

Own A Business? These Are The 4 Types of Insurance You Need

By Nav.com

There are a few things every business needs just to get by:

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Thinking About Living Abroad? These 8 Places Are So Cheap, You Barely Need To Work

By Forbes

Have you ever fantasized about quitting your job and moving to a place where it’s so cheap that you barely need to work

Many Harvey Victims Were Uninsured; Must Pay Devastating Losses Out Of Pocket

By Chron

NEW YORK (AP) — Homeowners suffering flood damage from Harvey are more likely to be on the hook for losses

Aetna Inadvertently Reveals Names of 12,000 HIV Positive Clients

By InsuranceBusinessMag

Insurer Aetna Inc. inadvertently revealed the HIV status of some clients in a mailing

Texas Women Forced To Buy Separate “Rape Insurance” In Order to Have Abortions

By Broadly

On Tuesday, August 15, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed House Bill 214 into law

Black Insurers Write New Life Policies: No. 42 of 45 Great Moments in Black Business

By Black Enterprise

Over 45 days, Black Enterprise shares 45 milestone events among the nation’s largest black-owned businesses

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Baby Sitter Admits to Killing 7 Children, Florida Man Freed After Serving 20 Years for Her Crime.

By Daily News

At daybreak on Oct. 25, 1967, Annie Mae Richardson, of Arcadia, Fla., got up to prepare the day’s meals for her husband and seven children.

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Why Is Everyone Scared of Black Men: A New Study Sheds Light

By Atlanta Black Star

The American Psychological Association Journal of Personality and Social Psychology has released a study that shows people perceive Black men to be taller, heavier and more muscular than white men, even if they are the same height and weight.

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Protecting Sexual Predators- R. Kelly’s Newest Allegations Highlight Black America’s Dirty Little Secret

By Yolanda Spivey

This is hard for me to write, but growing up, I was a victim of child molestation.

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 18:  US Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks about organized gang violence at the Department of Justice, April 18, 2016 in Washington, DC. Sessions spoke during a meeting of the Attorney General's Organized Crime Council and Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Republican Congressman: Sick People Don’t Deserve Affordable Health Care

By NY Magazine

Republicans usually defend their health-care position with an array of buzzwords like choice, patient-centric, or competition.

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Jake Butt Finally Drafted By Broncos, And Could Make $2 Million in Insurance Money With Draft Fall

By Yahoo Sports

Michigan tight end Jake Butt presumably would have rather gotten out of the Orange Bowl healthy and been drafted in the first couple rounds of the NFL draft.