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Americans who have health insurance are increasingly being forced to turn to charity for help paying medical bills, despite having coverage, so reports the Los Angeles Times.
Wall Street's biggest players registered their worst one-day losses on Monday, when escalating trade tensions sent them tumbling. They've since been able to somewhat recover.
Many analysts are calling the weakening of the yuan an escalation of the ongoing trade war with the U.S.
To be single-payer or not to be single-payer: That is the question, writes Rich Barlow.
The U.S. economy added 164,000 jobs in July, but the markets seemed more concerned with President Trump's new tariffs announced on Thursday.
Since the last time Congress raised the minimum wage to $7.25, inflation has caused it to depreciate.
Former corporate lawyer Jamie Gamble says current law pushes executives to behave like “sociopaths.” He says there’s a free market solution.
The Cape Cod Small Business Emergency Loan Fund will provide emergency capital to local small businesses to help with operations and repairs.
Private developers and colleges are teaming up to build luxury dorms. At what price to the college experience?
We talk to Congressman McGovern about the Trump administration's proposed SNAP cuts and other major issues in the news.
The preventative cut could be a sign that the U.S. economy's 10-year expansion is running on fumes.
Major automakers strike a deal with California to produce more fuel efficient cars — zooming past the Trump administration's rollback.
July is the peak of summer tourism for the region, where it's make or break time for the Cape's hospitality industry.
It's a slow season so far in Maine, but fishermen are still hopeful it'll be a good one.
Fallout from Mueller’s testimony. Puerto Rico’s governor resigns. The U.K. has a new prime minister. A federal judge blocks new asylum restrictions.
As climate change transforms the planet — affecting seasons, species, weather patterns and water — we take a look at how farming and agriculture practices have had to change, too.
We look at the balancing act when it comes to affordable housing across the country.
Mining communities are feeling the pain as natural gas supplants coal as the country's primary energy source.
High deductibles and medical bills are feeding resentment and political alienation of the middle class, reports the Los Angeles Times. We unpack.
In the first eight days that Encore Boston Harbor was open, the Everett casino operation counted $16.79 million in total revenue, or more than $2 million a day.