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Biden Administration Launches Effort to Ban Medical Debt From Credit Scores

The Biden administration is taking the first steps toward removing medical bills from people's credit scores, which could improve ratings for millions of people.

JoAnne A. Epps, acting president of Temple University, attends the premiere screening of WE tv's first original scripted drama "The Divide" at the Roxy Theater on Wed., June 25, 2014 in Philadelphia. Epps has died after collapsing at a memorial service Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 19, the university said. (Alejandro A. Alvarez/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)
Acting Temple University President JoAnne Epps Dies After Collapsing on Stage

Epps was attending a memorial service at the university when she suffered what a doctor speaking at a news conference described as a "sudden episode."

FILE - Shown is a Philadelphia police car with flashing lights in Philadelphia, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. The Philadelphia Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police has filed a lawsuit Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022 seeking to stop a city law banning officers from pulling over drivers for low-level offenses from going into effect saying the law illegally pre-empts existing state laws on traffic violations. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)
Police: 9 Juveniles Who Escaped From a Berks County Detention Center Are in Custody

The teen boys, all between the ages of 15 and 17, escaped from Abraxas Academy in Morgantown late Sunday evening after creating a disturbance.

United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain walks with union members striking at Ford's Michigan Assembly Plant in Wayne, Mich., early Friday, Sept. 15, 2023. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)
Workers Strike Against Big 3 Automakers for First Time in History

The strikes will likely chart the future of the union and of America's homegrown auto industry at a time when US labor is flexing its might and the companies face a historic transition from building internal combustion automobiles to making electric vehicles.

In this image from video provided by CBS NEWS Philadelphia, law enforcement officers pose for a group photo with Danelo Cavalcante after his capture in rural Pennsylvania on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2023. The murderer who brazenly escaped from a Pennsylvania jail was captured in the woods by a team of tactical officers, bringing an end to an intensive search that terrified residents as the fugitive broke into homes for food, changed his appearance and stole a van and rifle during two weeks on the run. (CBS NEWS Philadelphia KYW-TV via AP)
Police Experts Say Group Photo With Cavalcante Was Inappropriate

Policing experts said the celebratory moment after the grueling 14-day search for the armed suspect was inappropriate and dehumanizing. A leader of the operation from the state police said he wasn't bothered by it.

Yoda, a search dog for Customs and Border Patrol, helped authorities capture escaped murderer Daniel Cavalcante in Chester County on Sept. 13, 2023. (Photo: US Customs and Border Patrol)
Meet Yoda, the Dog Who Helped Authorities Capture Daniel Cavalcante

A Belgian Malinois named Yoda helped police capture escaped murderer Daniel Cavalcante in Chester County on Wednesday.

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With Thousands of Child Care Programs at Risk of Closing, Democrats Press for More Money

A June report from The Century Foundation found that without additional money, about 70,000 child care programs would probably have to shut down after this month. WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats in Congress are pushing for a new round of money to keep the nation’s child care industry afloat, saying thousands of programs are at risk...