In one of the largest scandals in its history, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is now the focus of criminal and congressional investigations into its healthcare facilities after allegations arose that chronic mismanagement and possibly illegal scheduling practices led to the death of over fifty U.S. veterans.
On June 30, 2014, the United States Supreme Court decided a landmark case determining that for-profit corporations could choose not to provide emergency contraceptives in their insurance plans to employees if it contradicts their religious beliefs.
Episodes of questionable acts by those meant to protect and serve.
Before reaching for the WFTO-labeled products at the grocery store or coffee shop, be sure to inform yourself on the nature of the fair trade initiative being supported.
Opponents of a plan to construct a cemetery on the grounds of a Mufreesboro, Tenn. mosque were denied their day in court Wednesday, March 26, and confrontation flared up between the anti-Islamic activists and the supporters and media on the scene.
by Robert Callobridge A frenzied scramble on the last day before the deadline overloaded healthcare exchange websites and switchboards as hundreds of thousands of people around the country pushed enrollment numbers higher ahead of the March 30 deadline. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said that number of people signing up would be “significantly above …
Last month, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department threatened to shut off between 1,500 and 3,000 delinquent customers’ water per week in an effort to recoup tens of millions of dollars.