The coronavirus is exposing America’s eye-popping health-care charges: One dad’s 10-day hospital stay cost $97,000
Why was the hospital willing to accept just a fraction of that from insurance? Was it only a matter of time until someone came after the family for the remaining money?

Archdiocese of Philadelphia closing St. Gabriel’s Hall, marking the end of an era for care of delinquent youths
The Montgomery County facility had become financially unsustainable as juvenile justice trends away from sending teenagers away to institutions.

Trump, Biden prepare for Tuesday’s debate at a time of mounting crises
The debate will offer a massive platform for Donald Trump and Joe Biden to outline their different visions for a country facing multiple crises, including racial justice protests and a pandemic.

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“Trump was never honest about full disclosures, never honest about the risks involved in his businesses, and never honest about the assets behind him.”

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Do we still need presidential debates? | Pro/Con

While debates still draw millions of TV viewers, some wonder if they’ve become less useful and too performative, especially as the Internet makes it easier for campaigns to connect with voters.

A stranger answered his neighbor’s call with a Danny DeVito gate on a Kensington alley

“I wondered if people would be mad at me for putting Danny DeVito next to their house,” the creator said.

Why small businesses are seizing the moment during the pandemic to sell online

Online sales have risen more than 44 percent compared to last year and, as more shutdowns loom, many small retailers expect this trend to continue.
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