By Michal Conger | 12/03/13 12:48 PM
A group of African drummers and a Washington, D.C., media group received $630,000 in stimulus funds for energy projects despite their lack of experience, according to an audit by the Department of Energy inspector general.
The audit was first reported on by the Washington Free Beacon.
By Luke Rosiak | 12/03/13 10:25 AM
Federal officials have opted to funnel millions more tax dollars into a troubled nuclear energy company that is near bankruptcy and admits it has no viable business model.
By Michal Conger | 11/26/13 03:48 PM
Eleven federal agencies that declined to testify at a Sept. 18 hearing on their global warming spending also missed a Nov. 22 deadline to provide a congressional panel with written information about the issue.
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce asked officials at 14 agencies to testify...
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