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  • Idaho man pleads guilty to fraud

    A financial scandal hatched more than 30 years ago by a man who lied about being paralyzed ended this week with a guilty plea that could send him to prison …

  • Veterans health proposal dropped

    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration on Wednesday abandoned a controversial plan to make veterans use private insurance to pay for costly treatments of combat-related injuries. Stung by the angry reaction …

  • Veterans health care may go private

    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is considering making veterans use private insurance to pay for treatment of combat and service-related injuries. The plan would be an about-face on what veterans …

  • Software glitches put vets at risk

    WASHINGTON – The top Republican on the House Veterans Affairs Committee demanded Wednesday that the VA explain how it allowed software glitches to put the medical care of patients at …

  • Idaho man gets prison for defrauding government

    BOISE – A witness in a 2005 Idaho murder solicitation case will spend a year and a day in federal prison after being found guilty of defrauding the government of …



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