Monday, 30 November 2015  
Fed approves curbs on future emergency lending

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve on Monday approved new rules that prevent emergency lending programs from benefiting specific companies, changes ordered by Congress after the central bank helped prop up companies like AIG during the financial crisis of 2008.

First Freddie Gray trial begins, city braces for riots

Jury selection begins for one of the six Baltimore Police officers charged in the death of Freddie Gray. Gray, a 25-year-old black man, was fatally injured while in police custody.


Oral History Project Unites Generations

Students at a Maryland high school spent their Thanksgiving holiday break participating in StoryCorps' oral history project, interviewing a grandparent or an elder. Senior Gabriella Rinehart interviewed her great grandmother at her home. (Nov. 30)


Bus carrying college students overturns in Virginia
These 5 states have the worst drivers
Another lawsuit against Arpaio targets workplace raids
Radcliffe in No Rush to See Potter Play
Suspected Burglar Gets Stuck in Chimney, Dies
6-year-old's father facing charges in fatal shooting
Father charged after child, 6, fatally shoots herself
ShowBiz: Adele, Princess Charlotte, Box Office
SC dashcam video shows traffic stop before shooting
Why Obamacare Will Fail

, Huffington Post
Political discussion aside, The Affordable Care Act (ACA) will fail for business reasons. Whether the ultimate result is the law getting repealed or modified, change is necessary to have a viable and vibrant health insurance industry that drives cost reduction and improved customer service. The fundamental reason the ACA will fail is because it mandates a minimum Medical Loss Ratio (MLR). MLR is the percentage of premiums paid out to cover health care expenses. When this law came into effect, many American's thought mandating MLR was good because it guaranteed a minimum level insurance...


Woodrow Wilson's Legacy Gets Complicated
The Ecstasy of Donald Trump
Laquan McDonald and the "System"
Fractured Establishment Looks to Challenge Trump
How the Right Can Use Compassion to Out-Argue the Left
Jo-Ná Williams: How Artists And Entertainers Can Build A Business Around Their Craft

I recently spoke with Jo-Naó Williams, an LGBT entrepreneur, musician, coach, speaker and lawyer, about the launch of her new podcast Artists Without Day Jobs and how she plans to use the podcast to help creators, musicians, artists and other entertainers learn how to build thriving businesses based off of their creative skillsets.


City Officials Who Ignore State Law Against Civil Asset Forfeiture Get Hauled Into Court
Wesley Snipes Sues IRS Over Abusive $17.5M Tax Bill, False Promise Of 'Fresh Start'
Are You Picky And Obnoxious? What No One Ever Told You About Delegation
Microsoft 'Cyber Monday' 2015 Deals: How Good Are They?
The Countries Where People Fail To Obtain A High School Qualification [Infographic]
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