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A new government watchdog group found that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs facility in Denver violated policy by keeping improper wait lists to track mental health care that veterans received.
Investigators with the VA Office of Inspector General confirmed whistleblower and former VA employee Brian Smother’s claim that staff kept unauthorized lists instead of using the department's official wait list system.
Wilson, who has himself made the crossing to Tahiti, checked with ports around the South Pacific to see if the women might have landed there, and queried South Pacific sailing internet groups.
Their sailboat, Sea Nymph, on which they say they were adrift in the Pacific for five months, is now floating abandoned somewhere off the coast of Asia. Three weeks after being plucked from the middle of the ocean by a navy vessel, Jennifer Appel and Tasha Fuiava say they wish they could just go back to sea.
Reactions from voters, even some who are otherwise skeptical of the president, show how the economy’s strong performance has bolstered Trump’s standing.
Democrats see opportunity in a strongly Republican California congressional district. Donald Trump Jr.'s 2016 trip to Paris for lunch with Moscow-linked couple remains a puzzle
Uber on Tuesday disclosed it was the victim of a data breach last October that affected 57 million driver and rider accounts and that it fired its chief security officer, Joe Sullivan, for keeping the breach a secret for more than a year.
After the breach, two hackers approached Uber demanding payment for the stolen data and proof of the deletion of the data. Uber did not make the breach public and instead paid the hackers $100,000 to ensure the stolen data was expunged.