Stories for September 4, 2013
A bill to limit school district use of risky capital appreciation bonds heads to the governor's desk.
This special program covers the highlights from two of Rick's episodes about Florence. Fifteenth-century Florence was the home of the Renaissance and the birthplace of our modern world. We gaze into the self-assured eyes of Michelangelo's "David," enjoy Botticelli's "Birth of Venus," delve into the 3-D wonders of Ghiberti's "Gates of Paradise," appreciate Fra Angelico's serene beauty, and climb the dome that kicked off the Renaissance. Then we cross the Arno to where Florentine artisans live, work, and eat...very well.
With the launch of the major piece of the Affordable Care Act less than a month away, the Obama administration is escalating the public relations push with one of their most effective weapons - former President Bill Clinton, now known to many as explainer in chief.
A Senate panel has voted to approve a resolution giving President Obama the authority to carry out punitive strikes against Syria its use of chemical weapons against the opposition.
If you're on Medicare and you're in the hospital for a few days, you may think you're an inpatient. The hospital may have other ideas. Increasingly, hospitals are placing older patients on "observation status." They may be there for days, but technically they're still outpatients.