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Lola Gayle, STEAM Register Happiness and a sense of wellbeing can be elusive at times, but researchers think they may have found an easy solution: creativity. Previous research has shown that just 45 minutes of creativity can lower levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Certainly a good thing for those with an already frazzled psyche, but…

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Bizarre background of Trump’s new favorite White House reporter exposed in wild tabloid investigation

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President Donald Trump's favorite White House reporter has murky background, a name change, a notorious fiancé, an accused fraudster dad and a TV psychic grandmother.

One America News correspondent Chanel Rion saw her profile rise after she was briefly banished last week from the White House briefing room but invited back by since-ousted press secretary Stephanie Grisham, and the Daily Mail took a deep dive into the reporter's past.

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Republican leader claims ‘there’s not a need’ for additional stimulus — but only because bill has vote-by-mail funds

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Republican leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he would oppose her latest coronavirus stimulus package.

According to CNN's Manu Raju, McCarthy said that he opposed the vote-by-mail provisions in the bill, which allocates $2 billion for election assistance for those who can't get to the polls.

“There’s not a need for it now," McCarthy said.

When the two met, McCarthy said he told Pelosi: “I’m not holding a bill up because you want to” impact the election.

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Big investors are trying to score as much cash as possible from hospital patients: report

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The coronavirus crisis has exposed the ways in which big investors of hospitals are squeezing the sick and injured for as much money as possible after they leave the hospital.

The New Yorker reported Thursday about the way private equity firms have been throwing "surprise medical billing" on patients that accepted their health insurance. In some cases the hospital may be in-network for a patient, but the emergency surgeon isn't or the radiologist, or anesthesiologist isn't in-network.

"A poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation indicated that more than seventy-five percent of the public wanted the government to do something to prevent it. Congress members starting hearing complaints from their constituents," the report cited.

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