A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can't afford it, according to a recent study released by Commonwealth Fund's Biennial Health Insurance.
A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can't afford it. Take a look at how many Americans can't afford health care and the reasons why, by the numbers.
By air and by land, rescuers searched Saturday along the Ko'olau Mountains behind Haiku Village for 18-year-old Daylen Pua.
One evening in March more than 30 years ago, Gaeton Fonzi received a call from a man whose voice and name are now instantly recognizable.
"Hi Gaeton," the caller said. "Bill O'Reilly."
The year was 1977. O'Reilly, a young television reporter in Dallas,...
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