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Military Veterans / V.A. Hospitals / Shinseki #1065395

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 18, 2014
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(White House: Mark Albert) The Senate and othr investigations into allegations that some V.A. hospitals used secret lists to keep long wait times for veterans' care hidden examined; details given from the "Dayton Daily News" story on the number of vets' deaths linked to treatment delays. [On "Face the Nation," White House chief of staff Denis McDONOUGH††- defends President Obama's handling of the V.A. issues.] [Three weeks ago, OBAMA - says we take the allegations seriously.] [American Legion commander Daniel DELLINGER††- says the president needs to make a statement.] ["Dayton Daily News" reporter Josh SWEIGART††- calls for transparency.]

Glor, Jeff;
Albert, Mark

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