The biggest segment of the incarcerated population is over 55, and a big chunk of that bill goes for medical care.
Seniors with long-term care coverage, which Obamacare doesn't touch, are getting a double whammy of premium hikes and benefit cuts.
The disgraced former general will earn $150,000 for one course at the NYC public university, leaving the average adjunct far behind.
Transport companies are unhappy about the Obama administration's mandated breaks and limits on hours worked.
Trying to slim down its spending, an Indian carrier vows to accept only female crew members because they weigh less.
Much higher rates for this group could be the impact of the insurance overhaul's aim to cover the chronically ill.
The Napster founder defends his lavish Big Sur wedding in a 9,000-word screed: 'Nothing is sacred on the Internet, not even a wedding.'
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The rollout of the new national health care plan has been far from perfect, but some sectors may get an Obamacare bump.
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