Margaret Newkirk

Retirees Kept Apart By Covid Defy An Isolated And Lonely Future


How one group of affluent seniors is coping with the realities of living through a pandemic.

Virus Surges Across U.S., Throwing Reopenings Into Disarray

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Even in N.J., where numbers have been falling, Gov. Phil Murphy warned the transmission rate is “beginning to creep up.”

Lacking Money And Power, Authorities Barely Enforce Virus Rules

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Refusal to enforce the rules has become a badge of honor for some politicians.

America Tiptoes Toward Reopening, Weighing Money Against Health

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Two recent estimates have predicted that the toll from the outbreak will reach or surpass 100,000 deaths.

SEC Probes Hedge Fund That Promises Investors No Losses

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Georgia regulators are also investigating the firm, which failed to submit to a surprise audit.

Obamacare's Hungriest Large Market Goes Begging For Attention


Small businesses have been clamoring for changes in the small policy market for 30 years.

Why Kentucky Couldn't Kill Obamacare: A Lesson For Congress


They sidestepped the ‘O’ word, but state officials ended up with a health care plan that looks a lot like Obamacare.