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What it represented to Mr. Watkins and many others in the community was a well-known symbol of the legacy of slavery, Jim Crow laws and violence against African-Americans. Mr. Watkins, who moved to...
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2014/07/23 01:51
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The city's redevelopment agency "intentionally" kept millions of taxpayer dollars that were supposed to be used for redevelopment projects over several years, according to a finding released Tuesday...
2014/07/23 00:02
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SANTA ANA – A Laguna Niguel businessman has pleaded guilty to charges related to a series of fraud schemes, including one in which he worked with his criminal defense attorney to defraud banks and the...
2014/07/22 21:09
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News Release: Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force July 22, 2014 TALLAHASSEE – Today Angel Santiago, 43, of Ambrose, Georgia, was sentenced to five months in prison and five months’ home...
2014/07/22 15:58
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A second Boggs Paving executive pleaded guilty Tuesday in connection with charges that the company received more than $87 million in road projects by misrepresenting the role a minority-owned...
2014/07/20 05:53
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Employees from the US National Security Agency (NSA) routinely pass around nude and "sexually compromising" photos picked up during surveillance, according to American whistleblower Edward...
2014/07/19 00:34
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The struggling Belafonte TACOLCY Center has parted ways with its embattled chief executive officer, The Miami Herald has learned. It’s not yet clear when or under what circumstances Taj Brown left...
2014/07/18 22:20
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A government oversight committee accused a high-level Department of Veterans Affairs official who retired last month of engaging in prohibited hiring practices and giving preferential treatment to a...
2014/07/18 21:13
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An investigation into Huntsville's outpatient VA clinic revealed employees didn't document abnormal test results, and even entered derogatory comments into health records. WAFF-48 obtained a copy of...
2014/07/18 04:26
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It’s a lifeline for persons who are disabled, but thousands of con artists are trying to take advantage of the program. And it’s costing taxpayers’ money. A relatively new program...
2014/07/17 21:56
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Snowden …. Made a startling claim that a culture exists within the NSA in which, during surveillance, nude photographs picked up of people in “sexually compromising” situations are routinely passed...
2014/07/17 21:21
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The head of a Homestead nonprofit group was arrested on charges of stealing $460,000 in public grants, including funds meant to aid the blind. Hilda Hall-Denis was charged with organized scheme to...
2014/07/17 01:20
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The latest report describing the breakdown of performance and service at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was unsparing. The department suffers from a “corrosive culture,” “little...
2014/07/17 00:01
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Little Rock VA mentioned in Congressional testimonyPosted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 6:56 PM EDTUpdated: Wednesday, July 16, 2014 6:59 PM EDT (KATV)-The Little Rock Department of Veterans Affairs says...
2014/07/16 19:57
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Santa Rosa Press Democrat Six months after federal regulators closed a Petaluma slaughterhouse and initiated a nationwide beef recall, two North Bay congressmen are calling on the U.S. Department of...
2014/07/16 09:10
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When the Massachusetts charter school law was adopted in 1993, the number of schools permitted was capped at 25. The schools were also limited to no more than 0.75 percent of the state's total public...
2014/07/16 05:56
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A letter sent this week calls for intervention by U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez to ensure the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corp., or PBGC, makes its final determination soon. The letter, signed...
2014/07/15 03:22
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The Department of Veterans Affairs handled disability claims pending for two years or more in a way that made the backlog appear smaller than it really was, the department’s inspector general said in...
2014/07/14 20:20
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Many state Medicaid systems are not using safeguards meant to avoid fraudulent claims, according to a report released Monday by the chief investigator at the Department of Health and Human Services...
2014/07/14 11:31
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Dr. Katherine Mitchell has worked at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs hospital for 16 years and there’s one memory that still torments her: A nursing shortage that left many patients with huge bed sores,...
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