Vietnam, an anniversary


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It's the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam war. The war that changed us forever.

We saw the carnage of a guerilla war nightly on TV. A generation learned not to trust its government. The war to contain communism left 58,220 Americans dead.

Palm Beach County lost 76 sons. Here are some of their stories.


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Fixing babies’ broken hearts big for hospitals’ incomes

It plays out on the barrage of highway billboards touting hospitals’ expertise in maternity, children’s health, cardiac surgery, cancer treatment, among other specialties.

CNN’s controversial investigation last month into the pediatric cardiac surgery program at St. Mary’s Medical Center swam in the undertow of cut-throat competition. The news network castigated the West Palm Beach hospital for nine deaths of babies since the program’s inception in 2011.



Sexual harassment suit targets town

Palm Beach Shores is facing its first lawsuit stemming from officer Charles Hoeffer, who has been on paid leave for more than a year while police investigate allegations he raped a blind woman in her home.

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In 16 years, PBSO payouts low in shooting lawsuits

“Don’t expect to ever get compensated if you’re truly abused by the police,” said longtime criminal defense attorney Val Rodriguez, who in 2010 won one of the highest settlements in a PBSO shooting, at $200,000.


America’s spy agency keeps vast call records

Inside the National Security Agency, the Corporate Store remains open for business. Despite newly adopted congressional reforms winding down mass NSA phone surveillance, call records already linking millions of innocent people to terrorism suspects won’t be touched.


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