The Huffington Post Investigative Fund reports that as doctors shift to using new health information technology, patients have suffered injuries or even death because of software glitches or user errors, and experts worry that problems with the software could expose more patients to harm.
The Washington Post reports that both the Democrat and Republican national committees spend about two-thirds of the funds they receive on fancy meals, hotels, travel and efforts to raise more money.
The CEO of Moody's Investors Service, Raymond McDaniel, will face the Senate on Friday, reports McClatchy. The Senate is expected to grill him about why bad bonds received good ratings.
New York's attorney general is accusing the state's Senate majority leader of using a network of nonprofit health care clinics as a "personal piggy bank," taking more than $14 million to use on vacations, campaign expenses and meals. Pedro Espada, faced with this civil suit, has refused to address the charges against him, according to The New York Times.
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