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 According to an audit by county Controller Chelsa Wagner, Corizon has failed, among other things, to provide required clinical care and directions for follow-up care when inmates leave the jail.
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According to an audit by county Controller Chelsa Wagner, Corizon has failed, among other things, to provide required clinical care and directions for follow-up care when inmates leave the jail.

Corizon’s failures: Mounting evidence shows lousy care at Allegheny County jail

The county hired Corizon Health Inc. in September 2013 to replace the ineffective nonprofit that had been providing inmate health care.


China syndrome: U.S. workers need a trade policy that saves jobs

The United States has let itself become prey to a trade deficit with China that cost 3.2 million jobs in this country between 2001 and 2013.



Sony reconsiders: In the end, the studio defends artistic expression

Sony Pictures capitulated to hackers by pulling the Seth Rogen comedy “The Interview” from distribution.



Heart of Christmas: In a Gospel or a TV classic, the spirit is the same

From the Post-Gazette family to your family, Merry Christmas.



Joint practice: AHN and Johns Hopkins broaden their affiliation

The broader affiliation will give AHN and Highmark Health more options for improving patient care and achieving economic efficiencies.



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David Shribman



David Shribman: Enter Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush’s plunge into presidential waters ends some uncertainties about the 2016 campaign and creates others.


 

Tony Norman



Tony Norman: Favorite music isn’t so avant-garde now

Here’s my favorite music of the year, a little more mainstream than previously.


 

Reg Henry



Reg Henry: A good ghost sure can liven things up

There’s nothing like a Christmas ghost story to make the holiday festive. This one is not made up. My grandfather was the witness ...


 

Dan Simpson



Dan Simpson: My Christmas wish list

Let’s see, body cameras for cops, a new prime minister for Israel, a . . .


 

Jack Kelly



Jack Kelly: What torture? Democrats fret about the comfort of terrorists

Foremost of the “tortures” they decried in a 500-page report was the waterboarding of three senior al-Qaida leaders.


 

Ruth Ann Dailey



Ruth Ann Dailey: Hunting for goodwill, across the great divide

With the nation’s reserves of peace and goodwill running low, we might stop to wonder what exactly we’re getting wrong.


 

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