Watchdog: Accountability

Uncertain future troubles Eisenhower Memorial Commission and its insular staff

By Luke Rosiak | 04/15/14 11:56 AM

A federal planning group has delivered what could be a fatal blow to the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission's controversial design for honoring the former president and World War II hero. Nine full-time, taxpayer-funded employees and a board of aging political leaders have spent the...
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How many times have the cops photographed your license plate?

By Kathryn Watson | 04/15/14 12:25 PM

Local police know exactly where my car has been — and when — during the past few months. They could have the same information — or more — about you.
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Corruption, kidnappings hurt $200m U.S. effort to help Afghanistan collect customs revenue

By Michal Conger | 04/15/14 11:49 AM

Nearly $200 million in U.S. tax dollars and five years of effort to fight corruption in Afghanistan's customs system may be "irrevocably lost" when the U.S. leaves the country, according to a new report by an internal government watchdog.
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