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  • U.S. healthcare costs keep rising but at slower pace

    U.S. healthcare costs keep rising but at slower pace
    WASHINGTON — The relentless rise in healthcare spending — which had threatened government budgets and helped pave the way for President Obama's health law — continued to moderate in 2012, the fourth year of a historic slowdown, newly...
  • U.S. healthcare spending growth remains low for fourth year

    U.S. healthcare spending growth remains low for fourth year
    WASHINGTON — Soaring healthcare spending — which helped pave the way for President Obama’s health law — continued to moderate in 2012, the fourth year of a historic slowdown in how much the nation pays for medical treatment,...
  • White House wants nuns' injunction on contraceptive mandate dropped

    White House wants nuns' injunction on contraceptive mandate dropped
    WASHINGTON — Obama administration lawyers strongly urged Justice Sonia Sotomayor and her fellow Supreme Court members to drop an appeal from the Little Sisters of the Poor and other Catholic groups who object to the so-called contraceptive mandate...
  • Doctor pleads guilty to fraud scheme with homeless 'patients'

    A doctor who conducted unnecessary procedures on mostly homeless patients and billed Medicare and Medi-Cal pleaded guilty Thursday to filing a false tax return and participating in the $1.55-million scheme, authorities said. From 2008 to 2012, Dr....
  • Same gun used in sister's 'mercy killing,' wife's slaying, police say

    Same gun used in sister's 'mercy killing,' wife's slaying, police say
    A handgun found Wednesday at a North Hills nursing home where a man allegedly shot and killed his near-comatose sister is the same weapon they believe was used to killed his wife in Canyon Country. Lance Holger Anderson, 60, was arrested by Los...
  • Tears, fear in nursing home after man kills near-comatose sister

    Tears, fear in nursing home after man kills near-comatose sister
    Tears were shed and nerves were frayed Wednesday at the North Hills convalescent hospital where a man allegedly shot his near-comatose sister after killing his wife in their Canyon Country home. David Chabolla, 61, a resident at the nursing home, said...
  • Man suspected of killing wife and sister gave away Christmas tree

    Man suspected of killing wife and sister gave away Christmas tree
    A man who authorities said killed his ailing wife in their Canyon Country home and then fatally shot his near-comatose sister Wednesday at a North Hills nursing home had recently given away the family Christmas tree, saying he didn’t need it this...
  • Man kills wife, then goes to nursing home, kills sister, police say

    Man kills wife, then goes to nursing home, kills sister, police say
    A man shot and killed his wife who was allegedly suffering from dementia and then walked into a North Hills convalescent home Wednesday and killed his 58-year-old sister as she lay in a vegetative state, authorities said. After the second shooting,...
  • Complete list of Sundance Film Festival selections: U.S. and World competitions

    Complete list of Sundance Film Festival selections: U.S. and World competitions
    The Sundance Institute has announced the selected films for the U.S. and World Cinema dramatic and documentary competitions and the out-of-competition NEXT <=> section of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.  This year's festival will be held Jan. 16-26 in...
  • How to pay down credit card debt

    How to pay down credit card debt
    Dear Liz: I'm a single mom with three kids. My mortgage is $1,700. My other monthly bills include $355 for a car loan, $755 for school tuition, $350 for utilities, $790 for credit cards, $200 for gas, $208 for braces and $235 for a 401(k) contribution....
  • HBO's 'Getting On' may hit a little too close to the home

     HBO's 'Getting On' may hit a little too close to the home
    Most of the actors on the set of HBO's newest program, "Getting On," are over 70. The show, which premieres Sunday, takes place in the Billy Barnes Extended Care Unit of the beleaguered Mt. Palms hospital in Long Beach. Elderly women are cared for under...