National Headlines

The CIA Introduces Gina Haspel After Her Long Career Undercover

Gina Haspel, the first woman nominated to lead the CIA, has a five-foot-tall poster of Johnny Cash in her office. She's an avid University of Kentucky basketball fan — though she transferred from that school and graduated from the rival University of Louisville. She majored in journalism.

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How Medicare's Conflicting Hospitalization Rules Cost Me Thousands Of Dollars

A few months ago, I wrote a check for $12,000 but couldn't figure out exactly why.

The payment was to secure a place for my mother at Sligo Creek Center, in Takoma Park, Md. It's a nursing home and rehab center owned by Genesis Healthcare.

My mother was about to be discharged from Holy Cross Hospital, in nearby Silver Spring, after a fall. Medicare wouldn't pay for her rehabilitation care.

Local Headlines

Friday, April 20, 2018

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — The Y Live concert series returns to YSU’s Stambaugh Stadium for its second year with multi-platinum country music duo Florida Georgia Line. The award-winning performers will headline the event, scheduled for Aug. 11, 2018. Opening for the group will be Morgan Wallen, the singer of the chart-rising hit “Up Down” featuring Florida […] The post Florida Georgia Line to Headline Y Live appeared first on Business Journal Daily.

Friday, April 20, 2018

COLUMBIANA, Ohio – Columbiana  businesses will be host a full slate of live music over the next several months. Birdfish Brewing Co. is planning to host live music every weekend with a lineup that includes local talent as well as musicians from as far as North Carolina. First Presbyterian Church of Columbiana will be holding […] The post Columbiana Businesses Offer Full Music Slate appeared first on Business Journal Daily.