Daniel James Devine

Daniel is managing editor of WORLD Magazine and leads WORLD's investigative unit, the Caleb Team. He is a World Journalism Institute graduate and a former science and technology reporter. Daniel resides in Indiana. Follow him on Twitter @DanJamDevine.

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Weighing election fraud claims—again

Politics | MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says there’s “100 percent proof” of President Joe Biden winning large numbers of fraudulent votes. Is there really?
by Daniel James Devine
Posted 2/26/21, 02:49 pm

Election fraud has become the conspiracy that won’t go away. Joe Biden may be the president of the United States, but many Americans still doubt he won the Nov. 3 election fair and square.

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Waiting out a pandemic

Coronavirus | In 2019, the U.S. organ transplant program logged its seventh consecutive year of record-high transplants. The coronavirus threatens to reverse that trend
by Charissa Koh & Daniel James Devine
Posted 6/17/20, 04:38 pm

In 2003, registered nurse Michael Twitchell accidentally discovered he had a rare heart disorder while troubleshooting an electrocardiogram monitor. He attached the leads to his chest and saw “some really weird EKGs,” he says. A year later, he received a diagnosis: idiopathic restrictive cardiomyopathy, a condition that expands the heart’s atria, or upper chambers, like balloons. Without a heart transplant, patients with the disease will die because their heart cannot pump enough blood.

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Waiting too long

Coronavirus | For some Americans worried about the coronavirus, delays in seeking emergency medical treatment have become life-threatening
by Daniel James Devine & Charissa Koh
Posted 5/07/20, 04:14 pm

In normal times, Tri-City Medical Center hosts a busy emergency department in San Diego County, seeing 60,000 emergency patients annually. But recently, fewer people have been visiting the ER—even though the hospital had only seven COVID-19 patients as of May 4. Tri-City’s ER volume has dropped more than 40 percent from pre-pandemic levels.

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