By Luke Rosiak | 06/23/14 11:02 AM
America relied on him to protect the U.S. Mint, but if the head of a federal police union can be believed, standing in the cold for a day to witness the inauguration of President Obama helped damage his knee so badly that he had to begin drawing a disability check.
By Mark Flatten | 06/20/14 03:14 PM
Every top manager of the Department of Veterans Affairs received a positive performance evaluation for the past four years, and 78 percent got a bonus in 2013, despite a string of patient deaths and falsification of records related to patient wait times, according to congressional testimony...
By Ed Sykes | 06/19/14 08:39 AM
Two whistleblowers testified before a House subcommittee Wednesday on Capitol Hill, detailing claims of racial discrimination by their employer, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Washington Examiner Senior Investigative Reporter Richard Pollock has the exclusive interviews.
By Richard Pollock | 06/19/14 09:03 AM
A House subcommittee is investigating whether a high-ranking official at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau interfered with a congressional investigation of workplace discrimination allegations at her agency.
By Mark Flatten | 06/18/14 04:52 PM
Top managers at the Department of Veterans Affairs have been held “accountable” for preventable patient deaths, falsified records and long backlogs in care. What that means is not clear.
By Richard Pollock | 06/17/14 07:17 PM
A high-ranking Consumer Financial Protection Bureau official is attempting to silence a CFPB whistleblower before he testifies to a House subcommittee, a move that critics called rare and improper. An attorney for Liza Strong, the bureau's head of employee relations, on Tuesday demanded that...
By Kelly Cohen | 06/17/14 05:47 PM
An internal investigation done in the wake of the fatal 2012 attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, has found that six government contractors who hire local guards at overseas embassies failed to fully vet the job candidates.
By Richard Pollock | 06/16/14 06:29 PM
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials settled a high-profile complaint of gender discrimination and retaliation Monday, ending a two-year saga involving senior enforcement attorney Angela Martin.
By Verena Dobnik | 06/16/14 08:36 AM
NEW YORK — Ines Moore stirs awake nearly every night to an unmistakable, skin-crawling sound: rats skittering around her apartment in the dark. Sticky traps scattered around the tidy, fifth-floor walkup yield as many as three rats a night, what she believes is just a fraction of the invading...
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