By Luke Rosiak | 09/09/13 06:59 PM
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's presidential campaign was pressed by the Federal Election Commission last week on why it accepted 23 "contributions from possible foreign nationals" -- which would be illegal -- after the issue was first flagged by the Washington Examiner. Naguib...
By Luke Rosiak | 09/03/13 08:57 AM
One in five U.S. military deaths last year was as a result of suicide, and the number of troops taking their own lives has increased in each of the last three years, according to a Washington Examiner analysis of Department of Defense data.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/29/13 05:10 AM
Dozens of people whose lives have been touched by federal disability wrote to the Washington Examiner after reading its July 30 EXography story and its July 7 story on the rapidly-growing program, which sends taxpayer-funded checks to a group of people larger than the population of New York City...
By Luke Rosiak | 08/27/13 02:30 PM
Business owners who want to receive federal contracts reserved for minorities by law must explain to the Small Business Administration exactly how their race has hindered them in the corporate world, but companies are routinely approved for such preferences despite giving token answers,...
By Luke Rosiak | 08/20/13 05:08 AM
The federal government paid by far the most on record last year to parties who sued it, at $2.9 billion, and will surpass that amount this year, a Washington Examiner analysis of court records found.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/15/13 09:20 AM
A political stalemate has cost billions — and the tab could reach $20 billion — as the United States reneges daily on long-standing contracts to haul away energy companies' nuclear waste, a service they have paid for for decades.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/09/13 10:20 AM
With this week's EXography feature, the Washington Examiner reported Tuesday that city and county employees in Southern California made astonishingly more money than their counterparts in other localities, in hard dollars and as a function of median income of residents.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/08/13 10:00 AM
A Maryland woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges related to setting up at least 15 false businesses in six states that received government contracts despite often being registered to people who did not exist.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/06/13 05:07 AM
Nine out of 10 of the highest-paying county governments in the U.S. are in California -- the other is a wealthy New York suburb with an exceptionally high cost of living -- according to a Washington Examiner analysis of county employee compensation data.
By Luke Rosiak | 08/03/13 07:20 AM
Like a battered spouse in an abusive relationship, the Pentagon paid billions of dollars to companies even though the same companies were known to have defrauded the government in the past, according to a report compiled by Department of Defense officials. But the Pentagon's ability to...
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