Her 15-part series, which began March 8, written along with reporter Bill Smith has drawn attention from Editor & Publisher and from NBC-TV's "Dateline," which is scheduled to broadcast an interview with Tuft
during the November sweeps.
, who has worked in various media, has focused on environmental fine art photography since 1998.
appealed through the Newspaper Guild and won arbitration, which erased the suspension and loss of pay.
In a series of deeply personal stories, Tuft
claims the man convicted of the murder is innocent, and the real murderer is behind bars, charged with another vicious crime.
Court of Appeals reversed this district court's decision, stating that the alleged discrimination stems not from the particular skill required--the ability to work with complex data--but from the method by which Tufts
measures that ability.
had written about televangelist Joyce Meyer, her $900,000 salary, and financial benefits for family members.
had investigated the ministry and reported on its finances, including the $900,000 salary of televangelist Joyce Meyer, the financial benefits that flowed to Meyer's relatives and that the ministry's compound in northern Jefferson County was not paying property taxes.
had reported on monetary benefits for Meyer's relatives and the avoidance of property taxes on its compound in northern Jefferson County.
Soeteber published a long "apology" to readers June 19 and suspended Tuft
for five days without pay.
They seemed so nit-picking in light of the disclosures by Tuft
on how Meyer has received millions of dollars from her TV audience and lives, with her family, in grand style on a 52acre complex in northern Jefferson County.
Health Freedom Plan is founded in New Hampshire and jointly owned by Tufts
Health Plan and the New Hampshire providers that make up Granite Health.
Health Plan president and COO Thomas Croswell said: "Tufts
Health Freedom Plan was created to meet the needs of the residents of New Hampshire - to provide superior care management along with innovative health insurance products, all with the commitment to stabilize health care costs for our members and the business community.
With the current contract scheduled to expire at midnight last night a putting some 18,000 Tufts
patients into a health care limbo -- the two sides came together with only a few hours left, settling the dispute over the level of reimbursement Tufts
will pay the for-profit company for patient care.
folliculitis is a rare entity of the scalp that resolves with cicatricial alopecia within multiple hair tufts
emerging from dilated follicular orifices (1).
CHICAGO -- Fitch Ratings has affirmed the 'BBB' rating on following bonds issued on behalf of Tufts
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