A growing number of primary care doctors and specialists in private practice are becoming employees of hospitals, though experts caution that the change may not yield better or cheaper care for patients.
PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) — A man beat a former Pensacola newspaper reporter to death with a hammer and buried his body in a concrete-covered pit so he could steal a collection of fantasy role-playing cards worth $100,000, prosecutors said Thursday.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Bankruptcy has cost the Archdiocese of Milwaukee more than $12 million in legal fees and other expenses so far, and rejection of its recovery plan could force it to pay out $13 million more, its attorneys said in newly filed court documents.
(Reuters) - Three tanks cars from a derailed train that had been carrying crude oil through Pennsylvania had leaked oil but the spillage from two of the cars has been stopped, train operator Norfolk Southern Corp said on Thursday. It said 21 cars derailed of which 19 carried heavy crude oil and two carried liquefied petroleum gas. "During the derailment some of the rail cars struck a building which fabricates metal products.