July 13, 1990 |
Republican Party Chairman Lee Atwater, who has been battling a brain tumor, has been rehospitalized for routine tests and therapy, a staff aide said Thursday. The spokeswoman said Atwater was undergoing routine physical therapy, blood tests and scans at George Washington University Hospital.
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April 22, 2004
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Mary McGrory died Wednesday night at George Washington University Hospital, the Washington Post reported. The cause of death was not disclosed. McGrory, whose career stretched from the Army-McCarthy hearings of 1954 to the Iraq war of 2003, was 85. A full obituary will appear in Friday's editions.
October 23, 2013 |
NEW YORK - Bank of America has been found liable for fraud in the sale of faulty loans by its Countrywide mortgage unit, a major victory for the federal government as it continues to pursue cases stemming from the financial crisis. A federal jury in Manhattan sided with prosecutors who alleged Countrywide Financial Corp. churned out risky home loans in a process called "the Hustle" and then sold them to mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Calabasas company, once considered the crown jewel of American mortgage lending, made big profits unloading loans that were later rendered worthless during the housing crisis in 2008.
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August 19, 2013 |
Loyola Law School administrators once justified accepting extra students or raising tuition because the market virtually guaranteed prospective attorneys a high-paying job after graduation. But faced with growing alumni complaints that they can't find employment, Dean Victor Gold and other administrators decided this year to do something they had never done before: They accepted fewer students. Loyola, southwest of downtown Los Angeles, enrolled 20 fewer applicants than last year, about an 5% drop - and a loss of about $1 million.
October 14, 1992 |
General Motors Corp. Chairman Robert Stempel was in serious condition with an undisclosed illness Tuesday night in a Washington hospital, a spokeswoman said. George Washington University Hospital spokeswoman Terry Abdoo declined to provide details about Stempel's illness. Stempel, 59, was meeting with a representative of the Conference Board shortly after noon at the Willard Hotel when he became ill, GM said in a statement.
September 26, 2005 |
Vice President Dick Cheney walked slowly out of the hospital one day after surgery to repair aneurysms on the back of both of his knees. Cheney emerged from George Washington University Hospital with his wife, Lynne, at his side. He walked to his motorcade without any assistance, although he moved slower than his normally brisk pace. Cheney was under local anesthesia during the six-hour surgery Saturday.
July 1, 2006 |
Vice President Dick Cheney will undergo routine tests today to check on repaired aneurysms on the backs of his knees and the condition of a high-tech pacemaker that was placed in his chest in June 2001. Cheney spokeswoman Lea Anne McBride said the tests at George Washington University Medical Center would include an electrocardiogram.
November 4, 1985 |
Sen. Edward Zorinsky (D-Neb.) was in serious but stable condition at a Washington hospital where he was taken this morning after he complained of chest pains. A spokesman for George Washington University Hospital said Zorinsky was admitted to the hospital's coronary care unit and was undergoing tests. The spokesman said the tests will determine if Zorinsky had suffered a heart attack.
October 12, 1990
Amelia Short Sonneland, 91, philanthropist who contributed to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Opera and USC. Mrs. Sonneland was a graduate of George Washington University and held a law degree from LaSalle University. She and her late husband, psychiatrist Sidney Gaylord Sonneland, also endowed a science chair at the University of Oslo, Norway. Mrs. Sonneland was founder and president of the Physicians' Aid Guild. On Sept. 28 in Hollywood.