By Michael O. Schroeder
As the coronavirus continues its rapid spread internationally and across the U.S., many Americans are heeding public health advice from the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention to prepare for the possibility of a lengthy home stay.
by Harriet Edleson, AARP.
Protecting your personal information helps stop identity theft, experts say
By Alan Yuhas, The Guardian
Congressman Xavier Becerra was appointed as California’s attorney general on Thursday, setting him up to lead the state’s looming court battles with Donald Trump over climate change, immigration and more.
Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) were developed to give society’s most vulnerable kids a chance at health care. But there’s a catch: In many states, parents must sign their kids up for the programs to receive coverage. And to sign their kids up, parents must know that their kids are eligible in the first place.
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) announced the results of a survey aimed to understand how much U.S. Hispanics know about Social Security retirement benefits.