The state investigation into a $3 million Medicaid fraud scheme surrounding an Orlando woman and her mental-health service business has led to the arrests of several of her employees, who are accused of double-billing and taking kickbacks.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prospects for passage of a major immigration bill improved on Thursday when a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House of Representatives declared they had reached a tentative deal, resolving disputes that had threatened to torpedo negotiations.
Buyer demand for existing homes in the core Orlando market outstripped supply so much in March that a quarter of sales commanded more than the asking price, according to Orlando Regional Realtor Association.
(Reuters) - U.S. psychologist Joyce Brothers, who parlayed winning the "The $64,000 Question" TV game show in 1955 into a nearly six-decade career as a television personality and columnist, died on Monday, her publicist said.
WASHINGTON — When Congress banned "earmarks" in 2011, House Speaker John Boehner hailed the move as proof that lawmakers were "dead serious" about outlawing pet projects and "ending business as usual in Washington."