A new tip alleges that Sentara Healthcare Chair Dian Calderone will try to provide cover for Virginia Governor Northam. Our request for an interview with Ms. Calderone is denied.
The timing of Sentara Healthcare’s announcement on August 12 of a $11.5B merger with Cone Health, which CEO Howard Kern would helm, raises questions.
FirstEnergy Corp. admits to paying $4 million to end a consulting contract with “an entity associated with an individual who subsequently was appointed” as utilities regulator. The contract began in 2013, when Randazzo began buying properties.
Sentara Healthcare is a tax-exempt nonprofit with net assets estimated at $6 billion; $5 billion more than the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s alma mater — Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) — is the subject of a compelling tip from a reader about Sentara Healthcare.
C&BP launches “The Randazzo Accountability Project,” building upon several years of our previous investigative work into various players in Columbus’s culture of corruption.
Did DeVos try to divert taxpayers dollars from the CARES Act to wealthy, private schools or schools in swing states to benefit the Trump re-election effort?
To protect his medical license, Dr. Conley could have made it clear that he would not endanger the health and welfare of his patient or the public. He could have resigned. But he did not.
A tracking service reveals the “Seaquest” often summers in Lake Michigan, winters in the Caribbean. Is it tax avoidance or tax evasion?
The 1937 Hatch Act is clear: Officials of the U.S. government must not use their authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election. Nor may they engage in political activity while on duty.