President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the troubled Indian Health Service appears to have misrepresented his work experience at a Missouri hospital to a Senate committee, according to former employees at the hospital. The nominee, Robert Weaver, 39 years old, has “nearly two decades of experience in hospital, mental health administration,” the Trump administration said in announcing his candidacy. Evidence...
Christopher Weaver says players should expect AAA game prices to rise if loot boxes & freemium models are phased out. Before Fallout, Dishonored, and the genre-defining Elder Scrolls series, Bethesda Softworks was making sports sims. While there could be endless reasons behind the dramatic shift in focus, a recent interview with Bethesda’s Christopher Weaver provides a more simple explanation.
Bethesda’s first video game, released in 1986, was Gridiron, the football simulator that went on to inspire EA’s Madden series, but it wasn’t until 1994 that Elder Scrolls: Arena, the first entry in the series that would eventually spawn Skyrim, was released. Since then the company’s increased its influence by taking over iconic franchises like Fallout and Wolfenstein, which broke into the mainstream conversation this year thanks to its jarring portrayal of Nazism in America.
A lot of people want to pretend our reporting showing the nominee to lead IHS can't back up his claims of hospital leadership was "politically motivated." It wasn't, and he still won't say what his true job (clerk) was. https://t.co/NYJaUfKRyP
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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