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Mar 30 2018
The furor over VA health care exploded in 2014 when whistle-blowers in Arizona divulged that thousands of patients were backlogged at the Phoenix veterans hospital, and some of them had died awaiting care. VA investigators soon determined that medical center administrators knew about the crisis, yet put out fraudulent wait-time data to collect bonus pay.USA TODAY
Feb 02 2024
Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis now admits she has a ‘personal relationship’ with special prosecutor Nathan Wade. In a 176-page court filing, Willis acknowledged her “improper” affair with Wade, who she appointed to prosecute the Georgia RICO case against former President Donald Trump and 18 others for allegedly interfering with the 2020 election. Last month, Michael RomanThe National Pulse
Jul 26 2021
The Department of Veterans Affairs is requiring all medical personnel to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the first federal agency-wide mandate of its kind. The requirement comes as the highly contagious Delta variant sweeps the nation and accounts for the vast majority of COVID cases.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough announced Monday he will make all health care personnel —CBS News (Online)
Feb 06 2024
The Pittsburgh Steelers have made it very public that they’d like to re-sign quarterback Mason Rudolph. But The Athletic’s Mark Kaboly suggested on February 6 that in a perfect world, the Steelers would also re-sign cornerback Levi Wallace. Kaboly ranked Wallace the No. 2 free agent the Steelers would most like to re-sign. Rudolph was No. 1. “The Steelers would love to have Wallace back,”Heavy.com
Jan 28 2024
The Baltimore Ravens are pulling out all the stops for their first time ever hosting the AFC championship game. The team has announced several special guests taking part in the festivities for Sunday's game. Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed were announced as the team's "Legends of the Game" and were recognized on the field pregame. Other former Ravens are involved as well"USA Today" Contributor
Feb 12 2024
Fani Willis’s Affair ‘Could Result in Disqualification,’ Judge Warns as Case Against Trump Nears a Tipping Point
A hearing Thursday will shine a spotlight on the district attorney’s affair with the special prosecutor she hired to press the charges against the 45th president. Judge Scott McAfee’s insistence on holding a hearing to determine whether the district attorney of Georgia’s Fulton County, Fani Willis, and her boyfriend who is a special prosecutor, Nathan Wade, will be disqualified from the caseThe New York Sun
Feb 12 2024
Judge in Trump Georgia case says DA Fani Willis’ alleged ‘improper’ affair ‘could result in disqualification'
A Georgia state judge on Monday confirmed that he will hold an evidentiary hearing on Thursday over allegations that embattled District Attorney Fani Willis engaged in an "improper" affair. Willis was accused of having an "improper" affair with special prosecutor Nathan Wade, whom she hired to help prosecute former President Donald Trump in a sweeping racketeering case related to the 2020Fox News (Online News)
May 21 2014
Anybody found to have manipulated or falsified Veterans Affairs records "will be held accountable," President Obama said Wednesday. The president condemned the reported widespread problems at the VA, defending Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki.
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Sep 04 2020
Veterans Affairs officials announced Friday they have surpassed 3,000 deaths among coronavirus patients amid a weeks-long jump in fatality announcements for the department.
About one-third of the deaths have been reported in the last 40 days alone. VA officials have dismissed questions about the recent spike in fatalities by noting that some of the deaths may have occurred earlier thanMilitary Times
Jan 31 2024
A man who admitted to dismantling a statue of Satan in Iowa’s Statehouse on Dec. 15 was charged with a hate crime, KCGI reported Tuesday. Veteran Michael Cassidy of Lauderdale, Mississippi, was charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief after he admitted to damaging a display erected by the Satanic Temple in the Iowa Capitol. Despite being released shortly after his arrest, Cassidy was laterThe Daily Caller