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Ex-baseball star Doug DeCinces guilty of insider trading
Former baseball star Doug DeCinces convicted of federal insider trading in California
Doug DeCinces convicted of insider trading, awaits sentencing
SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Former All-Star Doug DeCinces was convicted Friday of insider trading for a stock buy that earned him more than $1 million. The ex- Baltimore Orioles and Angels third baseman was convicted of 14 federal charges. According to the Orange County Register, each count potentially
The Latest: Ex-baseball star guilty of 14 counts of trading
Former baseball star Doug DeCinces has been convicted of federal insider trading in California
How the GOP health care plan differs from Obamacare
The House voted today 217-213 in favor of the American Health Care Act. How does the Republican health care plan differ from Obamacare? Here is a breakdown of the AHCA: In brief: What the AHCA does Ends individual mandate, imposes surcharge for coverage lapse Ends Obamacare premium subsidies,
Reps. Dent and Himes: Compromise 'an absolute necessity'
ABC News' Mary Bruce speaks with Rep. Jim Himes, D-Connecticut, and Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pennsylvania, about how Congress can move forward by working with members and both sides of the aisle.
Conditions at DC VA hospital leave patients 'at unnecessary risk,' report finds
Sterile supplies kept in dirty facilities, crucial equipment left out of stock, $15 million worth of untracked materials and insufficient leadership in place to enact changes -- this perilous picture of inadequate medical care prompted the Department of Veterans Affairs’ internal watchdog to
New report sheds light on accuracy of fitness trackers
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Some fitness trackers may fall short in measuring heart rate accurately, study finds
Your favorite wristband fitness-tracker may be good at measuring your steps, but not as accurate at monitoring your heart rate when you are at rest or exercising, according to a new study published today. The study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found that four popular wrist-worn
What's in the latest version of the American Health Care Act
The American Health Care Act has been through a number of iterations since it was first introduced earlier this month after it garnered criticism from both conservative and moderate Republicans. The original version of the bill, offered on March 6, included a system of tax credits for healthcare,
Electronics restricted on flights from certain Middle Eastern airports
The new Homeland Security directive specifically targets nine airlines operating flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in eight countries, including Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.