Bronstein's Esquire story noted that the Navy SEAL's post-service situation was to purchase private health insurance. The
Reporter Phil Bronstein discusses his interview with the Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden, who has no pension, no health care and no protection for his family.
CLARIFICATION: A previous headline on this post stated that the former Navy SEAL was reportedly uninsured. The Esquire article
SEAL Says Navy Abandoned Him After He Shot Bin Laden
Many of Mirkarimi's defenders have charged that, because Herrera has subpoena power and defense doesn't, the hearing has
According to a Bay Citizen story, neither side is ready to talk about the timing or extent of any post-merger layoffs. If
Or, the Presidential Coalition call could actually tell us a lot about threats to our way of life. My friend, who asked not
White House officials have banished one of the best political reporters in the country from the approved pool of journalists for using now-standard multimedia tools to gather the news.
The more the WikiLeaks info is made public, the more people absorb it into their understanding of how things works. And the less power it will have. The back fence chatter and double-dealing will go on as it always has.
In our hysterically sharing but existentially unsatisfying social world, thousands of "Friends" or a mayor's badge from a local bar can't necessarily answer the bigger contextual questions of your life and where it fits in the grand scheme.