If convicted, former Tennessee nurse Radonda Vaught faces up to eight years in jail after she accidentally gave a 75-year-old patient the wrong medication, resulting in their death. NBC News’ Catie Beck explains why nurses nationwide are now speaking out as many are overworked and under-rested due to Covid-19 care, increasing the likelihood of mistakes.
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Nurses and technicians at St. Michael's Medical Center in Newark went on strike at 7 a.m. Monday, citing what they call hospital management's blatant disregard for the safety of employees and patients.
Karlyn Serane Ramirez wanted to make the world a better place and thought joining the Army was the best way to do that. Her greatest danger, however, was her relationship with another soldier. She grew up in Del Rio, Texas and came from a long line of military women. Both her mother and aunt had served and she followed in their path. “She went to college for a few years, got an associate’s degree, and then decided that the military would probably be a better fit for her,” sister Roxanna Ramirez
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via Facebook A church pastor in Indiana publicly confessed to his congregation this week that he’d committed “adultery” two decades ago—but he was quickly called out by a woman who took the stage to say she had only been 16 when he preyed on her.The public confrontation that played out Sunday at the New Life Christian Church and World Outreach in Warsaw has now sparked an investigation by local prosecutors in Kosciusko County, according to local reports.Video of the incident shot by an attendee
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They say the film revealed their secrets to millions of viewers without their permission.
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A Black woman who lives in a Charlotte luxury high-rise says the building’s management company is trying to evict she and her daughter from their $2,600 a month apartment after an incident that started with other residents complaining about the daughter and a friend twerking at the building’s pool. Marshette Foster and her 21-year-old daughter Alanah told the Charlotte Observer that they received an eviction notice after an episode on April 30 in which a concierge approached Alanah and her frien
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PeacockThere is little to no coverage about the horrors that happen with Amish communities. Head to the “Amish” Wikipedia page and you’ll find detailed descriptions about the founding of the religion, the various factions that fall under the title, about their clothing and their food. But you won’t find a single “Controversies” or “Sexual Abuse Scandal” tab on the page—nor any mention of pedophilia, rape, or incestuous relations.Apart from a handful of articles from years ago, the Amish and Menn
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The man was caught traveling across the country, visiting the Grand Canyon and fishing 3-foot-long fish while he was supposed to be injured, prosecutors said.
‘I’m really upset’: I borrowed $10,000 from my brother with a $200-a-month payment plan. We fell out, and now he wants the money back in full
THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Just before the pandemic I got into a bit of financial trouble, and my brother lent me $10,000. During the pandemic, we fell out and we have not been speaking for several months.
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Deer Hill School students, others in Cohasset send 103 cards to Lillian Etkind at Sunrise Senior Living
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Two homeowners who live next to the Mission Hills County Club say the club’s new pickleball courts are causing them emotional distress.
Action News Jax is learning new details about what the man caught on security video punching a woman repeatedly in the face at a local gas station claims led up to the fight.
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Also, fresh momentum in the investigation of a 38-year-old murder.
A man who told the FBI he committed fraud on Todd Chrisley's behalf testified that they had an 'intimate' relationship
Mark Braddock testified Monday that he became close with Todd Chrisley in the early 2000s and started working for him shortly after.
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Prosecutors said Patrick Berthelot led police on a highway pursuit through three counties and tried to strike multiple officers.
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Cleveland-Cliffs says operations will be damaged if hillside property owned by George family collapses
Cleveland-Cliffs said the Cuyahoga River is the only way for the facility to receive its iron ore shipments.
State Attorney to decide if Florida woman, 70, will be charged for shooting, killing suspected intruder
The State Attorney's Office will determine whether a 70-year-old woman will face charges for shooting and killing an alleged home intruder.
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“White supremacy shouldn’t be the main target,” said Greene, who instead urged panic over the border "invasion."
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Police responded Tuesday afternoon to an active shooter at a Texas elementary school, according to the district.
“We’re seeing them from two different sources: the first one being from China, they’re being shipped in,” an ATF agent told FOX13. “The second source is individuals that are printing them on 3D printers."