02/05/14 08:28 AM
Army official described the details of what they called a long-running scheme among National Guard recruiters that could cost taxpayers close to $100 million.
02/04/14 08:24 AM
New C-27J Spartan cargo planes ordered by the U.S. Air Force are being delivered ... directly to a storage "boneyard" in the Arizona desert. There are reportedly nearly a dozen new Spartans sitting on the ramp at Davis-Monthan AFB in Tucson, AZ.
02/03/14 10:43 AM
The two men, training last February in Maryland, were tied to a unit beset by poor leadership, low morale and major equipment failure.
02/03/14 10:42 AM
Wisconsin officials have nearly quadrupled the number of offenders released from state custody after they were committed as sexually violent persons.
02/03/14 10:41 AM
A look at the sordid history of the co-founder of Freedom Industries, the company at the center of the Jan. 9 chemical spill that cut off tap water for 300,000 West Virginians.
02/03/14 10:39 AM
Willie Huerta, a suspended Milwaukee police detective, says stress of being investigated, arrested and strip-searched has left him unfit to serve.
02/03/14 10:39 AM
Federal ethics rules are intended to limit lobbying by former senior officials within one year after they leave the government. But New York Times analysis found that even after the ethics rules were revised in 2007 following a lobbying scandal, more than 1,650 congressional aides have registered...
01/30/14 09:45 AM
Mark Peters, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's choice to be the city's corruption watchdog, raised more than $22,000 for the mayor as a "bundler," someone who collects checks from other people and gives them to a candidate.
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