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Suzy Khimm

Suzy Khimm is a national investigative reporter for NBC News based in Washington, D.C.

Suzy Khimm is a national investigative reporter for NBC News based in Washington, D.C.

Latest from Suzy Khimm

17d ago

Why Senate Democrats reversed few of Trump's 'midnight rules'

The inaction disappointed some progressive advocates, who had urged Democrats in Congress to strike the Trump-era rules as quickly as possible.
56d ago

How to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning in your home

Carbon monoxide is an odorless gas that can cause serious injury or even death if inhaled in high quantities. Here’s how you can keep your home and family safe.
56d ago

Texas enabled the worst carbon monoxide poisoning catastrophe in recent U.S. history

A family used their car to stay warm when a storm brought down the Texas power grid. In a state that doesn’t require CO alarms, they had no warning they were poisoning themselves.
110d ago

America now knows that nursing homes are broken. Does anyone care enough to fix them?

The devastation wrought by Covid-19 created a rare opportunity for big changes to long-term care, researchers and advocates said.
121d ago

Gov. Cuomo says N.Y. couldn't report nursing home deaths in hospitals. But other states did.

New York’s decision last year made the state's tally of nursing home deaths appear lower than it was, and is now under federal investigation.
147d ago

New York Gov. Cuomo accused of undercounting nursing home deaths in wake of report

New York’s approach to counting nursing home deaths “totally masked the true death rate and the impact,” a health care policy expert said.
154d ago

Nursing homes make big push to change minds of workers who refused vaccination

Bonuses, free TVs and paid time off are among the incentives nursing homes are offering to persuade staff members to get vaccinated.
163d ago

Democrats have a new tool to undo Trump's 'midnight rule-making.' But there's a catch.

Democrats have never reversed a rule through the Congressional Review Act, which was created to allow legislators to rein in the executive branch.
176d ago

Trump administration speeds up 'midnight rule-making,' creating hurdles for Biden

The administration's last-minute rules include contentious proposals that President-elect Joe Biden is likely to oppose.

Congress passes bill to require carbon monoxide detectors in public housing

An NBC News investigation found last year that at least 13 public housing residents had died from carbon monoxide poisoning since 2003.
199d ago

Nursing homes are a top priority for Covid vaccines. But vaccinating everyone won't be simple.

Initial supplies won’t be enough to cover all the nation’s estimated 21 million health care workers and 3 million long-term care residents.