'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Five members of Congress reintroduced a bill Monday that takes on the nation's shortage of primary-care doctors by increasing the number of government-funded training slots at teaching hospitals.
In the face of withering criticism, New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and organizers of the New York City Marathon announced Friday that the race, scheduled for Sunday, will be canceled.
New York state's congressional elections are testing the staying power of Republicans who rode a tea party wave to a House majority two years ago — as well as the resilience of Democrats striving to regain control.
A Mississippi couple is moving into a new home thanks to their grandson, singer Michael Grimm, who promised to build them a house when he won "America's Got Talent" in 2010.
'People were shocked, surprised and some even outraged that Jackie Evancho didn't win [NBC's] 'America's Got Talent.''
Prince Poppycock may have lost the "America's Got Talent" crown.
Three very different singers and a group of special-effects wizards got talent _ and votes.
On Monday, Mr. Grimm noted the problem will "only be exacerbated as more baby boomers age into Medicare."
Three Democratic senators and a pair of New York congressmen — Democrat Joe Crowley and Republican Michael Grimm — pointed to research that says the country will need 45,000 more primary care physicians and 46,000 surgeons and medical specialists by 2020.