A Charleston dentist has agreed to pay $738,000 in restitution and $2.2 million in treble damages for fraudulently billing Medicaid for procedures he didn't perform on patients and for more involved services than he provided.
A top state official says Iowa's individual health insurance market under the Affordable Care Act will collapse if the federal government doesn't approve a short-term proposal aimed at stabilizing premium costs.
The wife of an Iowa police officer killed during a 2013 standoff is calling for changes to local and state law to ensure children can continue to receive health insurance in the years following a parent's death.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott's administration says it's been notified that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services intends to close the state's immigrant investor regional center following alleged fraud at Jay Peak ski resort involving the program.
Whatever challenges there may have been for Americans three decades ago to move up the wealth ladder pales in comparison to what it takes to make a significant move up today, according to a recent study by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.
The student lending market has grown to more than $1 trillion in outstanding debt. By using data and expert interviews, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau gives context to consumers considering taking on student loans.
Student debt is on the rise in the U.S.
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