Don’t you get tired of all of these threats? It’s always the people stuck when the two moronic parties can’t get their way. House Speaker John Boehner has issued a strongly worded warning against Democrats who plan to block the military spending bill before the Senate.
On Thursday, the DOJ said 243 people have been arrested across the country and charged with submitting fake billing for Medicare that totaled $712 million. Among the arrested were 46 doctors, nurses and other licensed medical professionals. The charges are based on a variety of alleged fraud schemes, the department said, including submitting claims to Medicare and Medicaid for treatments that were medically unnecessary and often never provided.
Aetna Inc. CEO Mark Bertolini has the most to gain among top executives at the three U.S. health insurers seen as targets in a potential wave of industry consolidation. He could receive $131.3 million should he lose his job in a takeover, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Cigna Corp. Chief Executive Officer David Cordani would get $58.7 million, while Humana Inc. CEO Bruce Broussard’s so-called golden parachute is valued at $26.1 million.
What do you people expect? You continue to vote for Demonrats, so expect your country to fall into enemy hands. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider letting states require evidence of citizenship when people register to vote for federal elections, rejecting an appeal from Arizona and Kansas.
Obama is planning more executive actions that target climate change and encourage investments in green energy. The White House is launching the Clean Energy Impact Investment Center at the Department of Energy, which will “make information about energy and climate programs at the DOE and other government agencies accessible and more understandable to the public,” according to statement released Tuesday.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former U.N. Undersecretary Ibrahim Gambari said upon the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, the world is “losing the fight” against security threats and “justice challenges” that face the world today.
President Vladimir Putin has said Russia will put more than 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles into service this year.It is part of a wide-reaching programme to modernise the country’s military. The announcement comes after the US proposed increasing its military presence in Nato states in Eastern Europe.
Wait a minute, they paid when common sense says you stay away from others so they don’t get sick? The insurance carrier for a Connecticut city paid $30,000 to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a third-grader who was barred from school for several days because of Ebola fears.
School officials in Milford initially told 7-year-old Ikeoluwa Opayemi to stay out of school for three weeks last October after she attended a family wedding in Nigeria.
A leading Republican supporter of trade legislation that House Democrats drove to defeat said Sunday that President Barack Obama must sway members of his own party if he wants to save the measure.