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Medicare Advantage plans are popular, convenient and fast-growing — and a rising drain on taxpayers, new research has found. A former federal health official said his analysis showed that Medicare overpaid these private plans by more than $106 billion in recent years, costs that are only exp…

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By the end of this week, COVID-19 vaccines will likely be going into the arms of children ages 5-11. When it happens — and it will happen rather quickly considering the news that kid-size doses have already been shipped ahead of the expected Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approval — it will mark another significant step forward in the pandemic.

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Given the penchant of Mayor Kimberly Doss for embarrassing herself and her city, she would serve the people of Farrell best by focusing on her job, not how reporters do theirs. It’s time for her to stop big-timing it and tackle the issues that matter, instead of stressing about The Herald’s …

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As global leaders gather in Glasgow, desperately seeking to save our over-heating planet from this cataclysmic cycle of worst-ever storms and droughts, floods and famines, wildfires and weather-hells, the leader whose voice will likely dominate their 26th United Nations climate change confer…

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Under pressure of successive self-imposed deadlines, with a befuddled country looking on, Democrats in Congress continue to wrestle with a supposedly transformative spending plan and the means to pay for it. On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced yet another version of what this might in…

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The Shell Pennsylvania Petrochemicals Complex along the Ohio River in Potter Township, Beaver County, is a marvel. For the first time in decades, the Pittsburgh region is hosting a new industrial facility of a scale and complexity that inspires genuine wonder. Children and adults alike are m…

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The following comments were among the more than 30 posted to The News’ Facebook page in response to a Tuesday story headlined “Popovich, Miller plead guilty, sentenced in teen homicides.” Caden Popovich will serve an aggregate of 16 to 35 years and Dohnavin Miller 14 to 28 years in state cor…

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Before Republican state lawmakers launch a fishing expedition at taxpayers’ expense through data that may contain sensitive personal information in their effort to identify Pennsylvania voters who may have cast “illegal” ballots in the previous two elections, they should consult ERIC.

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