11/14/13 09:41 AM
The allegations do not appear to involve a direct breach of Obama's security, but rather sexually-related misconduct, recalling previous scandals that have cast a spotlight on the service and its traditionally male-dominated culture.
By Michal Conger | 11/13/13 06:17 PM
An Afghan contractor with ties to insurgent groups -- one the Army should have cut ties with last year -- was given access to a U.S. facility, according to the special inspector general for Afghan reconstruction. The Zurmat Group is one of 43 contractors in Afghanistan the Army has refused to...
By Bloomberg News | 11/13/13 05:21 PM
U.S. Transportation Security Administration efforts costing $200 million a year to spot potential terrorists by observing behavior are ineffective and lawmakers should limit funding, the Government Accountability Office said. TSA’s techniques couldn’t be validated in a review of 400...
By Associated Press | 11/13/13 10:33 AM
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Selfridge Air National Guard Base for unsafe or unhealthy working conditions.
11/12/13 09:16 AM
The state Inspector General is launching a probe into the New York State Athletic Commission’s handling of a brutal Nov. 2nd fight that left a Russian boxer with brain damage, the Daily News has learned. The investigation by Inspector General Catherine Leahy Scott into the fight at Madison...
By Associated Press | 11/12/13 09:13 AM
HARTFORD, Conn. — A report says Connecticut's quasi-public trash recycling authority needs to develop new sources of revenue and make other changes to remain financially stable.
11/11/13 11:01 AM
Far fewer veterans are facing long waits for disability compensation after the Department of Veterans Affairs spent the past six months focusing on the backlog, including mandating case worker overtime and rolling out a new computer system.
11/11/13 10:57 AM
Even as the Philadelphia School District grapples with a high-profile financial crisis, its leaders must also fight a quieter, more insidious, and potentially far more expensive problem: maintaining its aging portfolio of more than 200 schools. With an average age of 63, the buildings are beset...
11/11/13 10:52 AM
State and federal authorities have reported a rising number of consumer complaints, ranging from deceptive sales practices to identity theft, linked to the Affordable Care Act.
By Mark Flatten | 11/11/13 05:24 AM
Phil Lindley would seem like the last guy who would get stuck in the unending bureaucracy of Department of Veterans Affairs appeals. Yet he’s been fighting his way up and down the appeals ladder since 1997, trying to resolve a disability claim related to back injuries he received in a...
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