The Red Cross’ Secret Disaster

A new investigation by ProPublica and NPR finds a botched response by the Red Cross after Sandy and Isaac leaving behind “a trail of unmet needs and acrimony.” The news organizations pulled from confidential reports and internal emails, as well as accounts from disaster relief specialists. According to thee findings, Distribution of relief supplies was […]

Why We Reporters Are Taking Legal Action To Obtain Secret Documents in Terrorism Case

Steve Emerson, executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism; author Edwin Black, who has expertise in terrorism issues and I are taking legal action in an attempt to have secret information unsealed in a U.S. terrorism case filed by victims of the intifada in Israel. The Washington Free Beacon reports: Reporters are taking legal […]

Who Killed Alex Spourdalakis?

In August of 2013, I reported on the tragic case of Alex Spourdalakis: a teen who had autism and severe gut-related health issues. His mother and Alex’s caretaker suffered extreme distress after finding themselves unable to care for him and unable to get proper help. Together, they stabbed him to death and attempted their own […]

Marine Corps Whistleblower in Taliban Urination Video Case Promoted

James Weirick, the Marine Corps whistleblower in the prosecution of the Marines accused in the urinating-on-the-Taliban-video has been promoted to lieutenant colonel. Weirick, an attorney who was assigned to prosecute the Taliban video urination case, alleged unlawful command influence on the part of Marine Corps Commandant James Amos. The Defense Department Inspector General did not issue a […]

The Baby Oxygen Trials and How the Federal Govt. Violated Consent Rule for Test Subjects

Just 24 weeks into her pregnancy, Sharrissa Cook gave birth to a critically ill baby boy. Dreshan weighed in at a fragile 1 pound, 11 ounces. He lay motionless in the incubator, connected to tubes and monitors in the neonatal intensive care unit at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital. It was Oct. 11, […]

Govt. Researchers: Flu Shots Not Effective in Elderly, After All

(Above image: a nurse interests a passerby in flu shot information. Courtesy: NCIRD/OD/HCSO Flu vaccination communications team) An important and definitive “mainstream” government study done nearly a decade ago got little attention because the science came down on the wrong side. It found that after decades and billions of dollars spent promoting flu shots for […]

Obamacare “Fail” Stories

The White House has helped gather many success stories born of the Affordable Care Act. Read ACA success stories here. Many people have undoubtedly been helped: for example, the previously uninsurable with pre-existing conditions. However, other Americans have been disappointed by Obamacare and believe it has worked against them. Tell your “fail” stories by clicking […]

U.S. Ebola Timeline

2014 July: Two Americans, Samaritan’s Purse relief workers Dr. Kent Brantly, 33, and Nancy Writebol, 59, are infected while working in Liberia. They are brought to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta for treatment. August: Massachusetts doctor Rick Sacra, 51, is diagnosed with Ebola after providing aid at a Liberia hospital. He is brought to the […]

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