WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A potentially fatal hog virus, porcine epidemic diarrhea, has been found in the United States for the first time, government and private industry officials said on Friday, posing a new threat for the country’s struggling pork producers.
KANO, Nigeria (Reuters) – Gunmen stormed a police station and a bank in a town in Nigeria’s northwest, beyond a region covered by a military crackdown on a Islamist insurgency, a sign the offensive could provoke violence by smaller militant … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Slower growth in the pace of healthcare spending reflects a fundamental change in the use of medical services that could save the country nearly $ 800 billion in the next decade, according to two new studies … Continue reading
CANNES, France, March 17 (Reuters) – As growing numbers of shoppers move online, European mall owners are looking to pull in customers by including services that can’t be replicated on the Web like…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A former furniture warehouse in a struggling Rust Belt city has emerged as a national model for innovation after President Barack Obama highlighted it in his State of the Union speech on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Conservatives have no choice but to give into White House demands on higher tax rates for the wealthy, if the fiscal debate is to move to their main goal, overhauling big government benefits programs, several Republicans said … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Patients stepping into Johns Hopkins University’s HIV clinic in east Baltimore do not just see a doctor or get prescriptions for their antiretroviral drugs. Many also get help finding a place to live or bus fare to … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Medicare debate promises to be front and center in this fall’s presidential campaign, as not just seniors but aging baby boomers focus on retiree healthcare.
Home Equity Loans in Florida – and Beyond Article by Ray Tolley Like many Florida residents, … Continue reading
Bob Bernt, a bear of a man, a rancher and a lifelong Republican, had about 25 people over recently for a pork-and-beans cookout. The ranchers and farmers who drove their pickups to Bernt’s place were almost all Republicans, of one … Continue reading