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Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki / Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki / Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images

Fairhaven Veteran Calls Veteran Affairs Scandal A Crime

A Korean War Veteran and long time veterans advocate in Fairhaven says its time for heads to roll in the Veterans Affairs scandal.

Officials say as many as 40 veterans may have died while waiting for appointments at the V-A clinic in Phoenix, Arizona

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Overheated Jail Cells Can Be Deadly

The death of a New York City inmate in a 100-degree cell in February shows the dangers of overheated conditions in jails and prisons, an issue facing corrections officials nationwide.

As summer approaches, corrections officials throughout the country must deal with prisoners' potentially fatal exposure to extreme heat

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Photo by Brendan Hoffman / Getty Images

American Legion Wants Veterans Affairs Secretary Ousted

The American Legion wants Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki to resign.

American Legion national commander Daniel Dellinger said Shinseki must step down because of serious questions about patient care at VA health clinics in Arizona and Colorado

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19 Firefighters Die In Arizona Fire

A community is in mourning and an investigation is underway following the deaths of 19 specially-trained Arizona firefighters. 

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