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VA officials used medical records to smear whistleblowers

Veterans Affairs officials illegally accessed whistleblower medical records to engage in a smear campaign aimed at covering up fatally lax medical care, according to testimony at a U.S. Senate committee.
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New report finds that the government over-promises again

All the media attention given to the Social Security and Medicare promises raises a question: Will America's Baby Boomers actually get all the benefits Uncle Sam has promised them? It’s looking more dubious by the day.