Solis Health Plans Adds The University of Miami Health System

Letitia Denham

MIAMI, Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Solis Health Plans is pleased to announce the Florida Medicare Advantage plan now offers in-network coverage with the prestigious University of Miami Health System. Effective November 1, 2020, in-network coverage also includes cancer care with specialists at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and vision care with the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

“We are excited to bring our members in-network access to

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Astronauts head to launch site for SpaceX’s second crew flight – U.S.

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Four astronauts headed to Kennedy Space Center on Sunday for SpaceX’s second crew launch, coming up next weekend.


For NASA, it marks the long-awaited start of regular crew rotations at the International Space Station, with private companies providing the lifts. There will be double the number of astronauts as the test flight earlier this year, and their mission will last a full six months.

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Retiring Editorial Cartoonist Reflects On 50-Year Career : NPR

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NPR’s Michel Martin speaks with Washington Post editorial cartoonist Tom Toles, who is retiring after a 50-year career.



MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

For 50 years, Tom Toles has been working as an editorial cartoonist, including almost two decades at The Washington Post, where he took over from the legendary cartoonist Herblock in 2002. Now Tom Toles has announced that he is retiring from the Post next week after a long and

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Joe Biden plans to cut taxes, boost health care and reduce college debt during his first term

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A Joe Biden presidency will potentially impact the personal finances of millions of Americans, from how much they pay in income taxes to whether they can pare college debt – or afford college at all.

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Those who stand to benefit most are the middle class and low-wage earners, experts say, while the affluent will likely pay more.

“Biden ramps

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Ambow Education Obtains National Patent for AI Panorama Digital Teaching System

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BEIJING, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Ambow Education Holding Ltd. (“Ambow” or the “Company”) (NYSE American: AMBO), a leading national provider of educational and career enhancement services in China, today announced that it has been awarded a national patent for its self-developed AI Panorama Digital Teaching System (“Panorama System” or the “System”).

The Panorama System creates an immersive hybrid classroom model capable of integrating multiple cloud-based terminals with

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HKBU Global University Film Awards 2020 present Gold Award to entry from Korea National University of Arts

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HONG KONG, Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Organised by the Academy of Film (AF) at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), the Global University Film Awards (GUFA) 2020 concluded on 6 November with the award presentation ceremony. The Gold Award went to the entry from the Korea National University of Arts in South Korea, while the Best Documentary prize went to the film entry from INSAS in Belgium

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Scientists Say Gentoo Penguins Are Four Species, Not One

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South Georgia Gentoo Penguin

South Georgia Gentoo penguins (P. poncetii) live in more northerly habitats where conditions are milder, than their Southern Gentoo cousins which live on the Antarctic ice. Credit: Gemma Clucas

First analysis combining genetic and physical differences of populations of gentoo penguins indicates they should be treated as four separate species.

Gentoo penguins should be reclassified as four separate species, say scientists at the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University

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Trump Is Said to Set Aside Career Intelligence Briefer to Hear From Advisers Instead

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WASHINGTON — President Trump has dispensed with intelligence briefings from a career analyst in favor of updates from political appointees including John Ratcliffe, the director of national intelligence and a longtime partisan defender of his, in the closing weeks of an election targeted by intensifying foreign interference, according to interviews.

While the president has long distrusted the intelligence community and displayed frustration with head of the C.I.A. and antipathy toward

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systems of government that need reform

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Ellis Cose, Opinion columnist
Published 5:00 a.m. ET Nov. 10, 2020 | Updated 9:11 a.m. ET Nov. 10, 2020

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President Trump and President George W. Bush won the electoral vote during the election, but not the popular vote. How does the electoral college work?

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Our democracy is great! It is the best 1787 had to offer. Maybe we could do better now?

The endless election is finally

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Walch Education Announces One-Click Google Classroom Integration for its Online Curriculums

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PORTLAND, Maine, Nov. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Walch Education, a developer and publisher of online education solutions and standards-based content and curriculums, today announced one-click integration between its Curriculum Engine product and Google Classroom.

Curriculum Engine, Walch’s flagship product, is a turnkey platform for teaching in the classroom and remotely that combines ready-to-use print and digital resources, curriculums aligned to state standards, intelligent tools for tailoring and building educational

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Pokemon Go November 2020 Events: Anime Week, Community Days, Returning Legendaries, And More

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November is officially here, and it’s turning out to be yet another busy month for Pokemon Go players. Developer Niantic is holding a variety of events in the popular mobile game this month, ranging from new Pokemon Spotlight Hours to a new Limited Research event, returning Legendary Pokemon Raids, and more. You can catch up on all the biggest events that are happening in Pokemon Go in November 2020 below.

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Henry Kravis Says the Market Is Wilder Than at Any Time in His Career

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(Bloomberg) — Henry Kravis said there’s more turmoil in the markets than any time in his half-century career as investors react to pandemic news.



Henry Kravis wearing a suit and tie


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“I’ve been investing for over 50 years, I don’t remember a time when I’ve seen such volatility as we see today,” Kravis, the co-founder of KKR & Co., said Friday on the Bloomberg Invest Talks webcast. “Just look at our markets in

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How COVID-19 has changed college football and basketball recruiting landscapes

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To say this has been an unusual year for college coaches would be an understatement. From canceling the NCAA basketball tournament in March to navigating a now-seven-month-long dead period in recruiting, it

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How To Fix The Civics Education Crisis In America

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This segment of What’s Ahead deals with the national scandal that few schools today still teach civics—the study and explanation of American history and our system of government. Ignorance of the most elementary characteristics of who we are and how and why we came to have our system government is profoundly unhealthy. 

How can we secure our liberties now or in the future if we have no real idea of

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Jerry Falwell Jr. sues Liberty University, says school damaged his reputation

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Jerry Falwell Jr. has sued Liberty University, the evangelical school co-founded by his father that he led for more than a decade before resigning in August after a series of personal scandals.



Jerry Falwell, Jr. wearing a suit and tie: Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. addresses students in 2015 during a convocation on the campus in Lynchburg, Va.


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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. addresses students in 2015 during a convocation on the campus in Lynchburg, Va.

Falwell claims Liberty damaged his reputation, alleging the university accepted without verifying what he

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Labor Law: Top considerations managers may need for leading the workplace during and after the pandemic | Business News

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RTD Metro Business law columnist, Karen Michael.




This pandemic has challenged mangers to readjust, be resilient and find new ways to create a meaningful experience for employees.

Here are my top four considerations that managers need in order to lead in the workplace during and after COVID-19.

1. Address those things that haven’t changed: Based on my interaction with clients over these past nine

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Logan Ryan ended Tom Brady’s Patriots career: ‘Greatest challenge’

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SportsPulse: Lorenzo is looking to bounce back from a wild Week 7 for bettors. Here’s his three best bets for Week 8 in the NFL.

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Logan Ryan can say he intercepted Tom Brady’s last pass as a Patriot. He’s hoping to catch the next one Brady throws his way.

The former Rutgers star defensive back will be counted on again on Monday night when the Giants welcome

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Former U president Kaler to lead Case Western Reserve U. in Ohio

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Former University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler has been selected as the next president of Case Western Reserve University, a private research institution in Cleveland.

Kaler, who led the U for eight years until he stepped down in summer 2019, will take the helm of the 12,000-student university on July 1, the school announced Thursday. An accomplished chemical engineer, Kaler said his “strong belief in the power of research” drew

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NASA’s International Space Station is about to become a film location

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Could the International Space Station (ISS) become a location for major motion pictures? It seems that the orbiting lab, which cost hundreds of billions of dollars to construct and maintain, is about to serve that role.

Recently, NASA and its international partners celebrated the 20th anniversary of the human occupation of the orbiting laboratory known as the International Space Station. To illustrate how remarkable a feat that is, a baby

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Rafael Nadal Marks 1,000th Career Win

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Rafael Nadal, one of the all-time best tennis players with 20 Grand Slam titles under his belt, marked another watershed moment in his career Wednesday when he won his 1,000th tour match.

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With his victory over fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez at the Rolex Paris Masters, Nadal officially won his 1,000th tour-level match.

It took Nadal

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