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Watch: When a Surprise Helper During Surgery Is Out-of-Network

Gayle King of “CBS This Morning” spoke with KHN Editor-in-Chief Elisabeth Rosenthal about the latest installment of KHN-NPR’s Bill of the Month. College student Izzy Benasso underwent surgery for a torn meniscus after a tennis injury last summer and was surprised to be contacted afterward by a surgical assistant, who said he would be billing […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 8/2/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 7/29/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 7/28/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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Must-Reads of the Week From Lauren Olsen

The Friday Breeze Want to read the best and most provocative stories from the week? Welcome to the Friday Breeze, where we compile them all — so you’re set with your weekend reading. Hiya! I’m Lauren Olsen, your new Newsletter Editor. That’s right — the totally official, no more fill-ins, always-here-for-you Newsletter Editor. As the […]

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Less-Lethal Weapons Blind, Maim and Kill. Victims Say Enough Is Enough.

This story also ran on USA Today. This story can be republished for free (details). There’s a gap in Scott Olsen’s memory for the night of Oct. 25, 2011. The Iraq War vet remembers leaving his tech job in the San Francisco Bay Area and taking a BART train to join an Occupy Oakland protest […]

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With DACA Ruling, Did Supreme Court Grant Trump New Powers To Reshape Health Care?

This story was produced in partnership with PolitiFact. This story can be republished for free (details). President Donald Trump came into office vowing to repeal and replace Obamacare. While he successfully neutralized the health care law’s requirement that everyone carry insurance, the law remains in effect. When Fox News host Chris Wallace noted that Trump has […]

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COVID Runs Amok in 3 Detroit-Area Jails, Killing At Least 2 Doctors

When Diana Trueblood visited the Wayne County Jail’s medical unit in Detroit in early March, she encountered a gentle and kind physician, Dr. Angelo Patsalis. Lost On The Frontline This story is part of Lost On The Frontline, a project from The Guardian and Kaiser Health News that aims to document the life of every […]

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Bingeing on Doom: Expert on the ‘Black Death’ Attracts Cult Following

Before COVID-19, Purdue University English professor Dorsey Armstrong was well known in a way that only other enthusiasts of medieval literature and culture might appreciate. That is to say, she once got a discount on a replica of an Anglo-Saxon drinking horn — made from an actual cattle horn — because a guy at a […]