Police say Chicago man killed Lefkow''s family (ABC 13 Toledo)
March 11, 2005 â€” Bart Ross is the killer of judge Joan Lefkow''s family. Police say the evidence confirms that the Chicago man is the murderer, but authorities have not officially closed the case yet.
Propaganda Bush Style: A New Age of Prepackaged Television News - Independent Media TV (Independent Media TV)
Sunday 13 March 2005 - It is the kind of TV news coverage every president covets. "Thank you, Bush. Thank you, U.S.A.," a jubilant Iraqi-American told a camera crew in Kansas City for a segment about reaction to the fall of Baghdad.
Medicaid - Cost and Complexity Tax Reform Efforts (Kansas City InfoZine)
By Pamela M. Prah - In hopes of bringing some light to this important discussion, Stateline.org set out to better define the Medicaid program and point you to resources that might give you a greater understanding of what the politicians are talking about.
Aon to Settle Insurance Probe, Pay $190M (Sarasota Herald-Tribune)
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Companies that bought property and casualty insurance through Aon Corp. will receive $190 million in restitution under a settlement announced Friday that ended an investigation into anticompetitive business practices.
Aon to Settle Insurance Probe for $190M (Fox News)
ALBANY, N.Y. â€” Aon Corp. (AOC), the world''s No. 2 insurance brokerage, has agreed to pay $190 million and adopt reforms to end a bid-rigging investigation by three states.
Aon agrees to settle three-state insurance probe for $190 million US (Money Sense)
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Aon Corp., the world''s No. 2 insurance brokerage, has agreed to pay $190 million US and adopt reforms to end a bid-rigging investigation by three states.
Crossroads for clinic (Rockford Register Star)
ROCKFORD -- Just a few years ago, Chelsea Palmer wouldn''t have been sitting in this reclined chair at Crusader Clinic, clutching the tiny mirror that allowed her to watch the dentist work inside her mouth.
MIDDAY BUSINESS REPORT: Congress seeks tighter security after ChoicePoint breach (Kansas City Star)
Consumer groups are backing bills in Congress to tighten security restrictions on data management brokers who collect sensitive records on Americans. Sen. Bill Nelson, a Florida Democrat, introduced a Senate bill that would tighten security and provide consumers more rights over their records.
Senators rail Bush''s plans (Rockford Register Star)
Durbin and Obama say budget and Social Security ideas need work. ROCKFORD -- President Bush''s plan to partially privatize Social Security is going nowhere on Capitol Hill, Illinois'' two Democratic senators said Friday at Cliffbreakers.
Aon to Settle Insurance Probe, Pay $190M (Northwest Indiana Times Business)
ALBANY, N.Y. - Aon Corp., the world''s No. 2 insurance brokerage, has agreed to pay $190 million and adopt reforms to end a bid-rigging investigation by three states.