The HillLas Vegas is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history
At least 50 were killed and 200 injured Sunday night in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire on the audience at a country music festival from the 32nd floor of a nearby hotel. The suspected gunman, who is now dead, was identified as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock.

The Washington Post9 million kids get health insurance under CHIP. Congress just let it expire
Congress just allowed the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which provided low-cost health insurance to 9 million children, to expire.
If action is not taken soon to restore the funding, the effects will become obvious in schools across the country, with many of the children in the program unable to see a doctor for routine checkups, immunizations, visits when sick and other services.

CNNMajority of Democratic voters are all-in on single-payer
Single-payer health care is showing signs of increased popularity — and durability — among Democratic voters, whose support for the policy remains solid even when faced with the potential costs.

NPRFlee a cataclysm, or cling to a doomed home? Why people stay may surprise you
Each time a disaster threatens and authorities try to get people to evacuate, a certain number refuse to leave their homes. They each have particular reasons; but in the face of impending doom, the arguments can sound thin.In Puerto Rico, when a hurricane of historic proportions was on its way, some residents insisted on staying home because the evacuation shelters didn’t have enough cots.