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No More Delays: What to Know About the July 15 Tax Deadline
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No More Delays: What to Know About the July 15 Tax Deadline

By Sarah Skidmore Sell |
As the coronavirus pandemic took hold this spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15.

Lights, Camera, No Action: Insurance Woes Beset Entertainment Industry Workers

Lights, Camera, No Action: Insurance Woes Beset Entertainment Industry Workers

By Michelle Andrews | Sep 15
From Broadway to Hollywood, many actors, directors, backstage workers, musicians and others in the performing arts face similar coverage suspensions.

With No Legal Guardrails, Ambulances Drive Surprise Medical Billing

With No Legal Guardrails, Ambulances Drive Surprise Medical Billing

By Laura Ungar | Sep 14
Ambulances have mostly been left out of federal legislation targeting "surprise" medical bills, which happen when out-of-network providers charge more than insurers are willing to pay, leaving patients with the balance.

Obamacare Co-Ops Down From 23 to Final '3 Little Miracles'

Obamacare Co-Ops Down From 23 to Final '3 Little Miracles'

By Phil Galewitz | Sep 10
Lauded as a way to boost competition among insurers and hold down prices on the Obamacare exchanges, the co-ops had more than 1 million people enrolled in 26 states at their peak in 2015. Today, they cover about 128,000 people.

Watch: Tour John Legend and Chrissy Teigan's Beverly Hills Mansion

Watch: Tour John Legend and Chrissy Teigan's Beverly Hills Mansion

Aug 31
$23.95 million will get you an 8,520-square-foot home with seven bedrooms and eight baths in the heart of Beverly Hills.

'Pennie'-Pinching States Take Over Obamacare Exchanges From Feds

'Pennie'-Pinching States Take Over Obamacare Exchanges From Feds

By Phil Galewitz | Aug 17
Pennsylvania is one of six states shifting in the next several years from the federal insurance exchange to run their own online marketplaces,