The majority of federal agencies face serious challenges protecting their IT systems from intrusion or compromise, according to a report released Wednesday by the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE).
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The National Science Foundation on Thursday awarded a five-year, $1 million grant to expand the first long-term nationwide study of transgender children.
Noël Flynn is spending more than 80 percent of her income to pay back tens of thousands of dollars in debt for her Art Therapy degree. In 2016 alone, the Department of Education loaned $25.9 billion to students who, like Flynn, chose degrees under the umbrella of the liberal arts and humanities, an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation found.
The Justice Department is implementing a "zero-tolerance policy" for any illegal border crossings into the United States, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Friday.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi vowed Wednesday that Democrats will rework the GOP tax bill if they successfully retake the House in the 2018 midterm elections.
Judicial Watch: Obama’s State Department Coordinated With George Soros To Push Judicial Reform In Albania
- Obama's State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development coordinated with George Soros' Open Society Foundation
- Documents detail how the State Department allowed the Soros group to review grant applications from other groups seeking taxpayer funding
- The Open Society Foundation itself did not receive any taxpayer funds
Former President Barack Obama's State Department and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) coordinated with George Soros' Open Society Foundation to push judicial reform in Albania, according to new documents obtained by Judicial Watch.
- The Trump administration announced charges against nine Iranian nationals
- The defendants are affiliated with the Mabna Institute
- It was "staggering" how much data the Iranians stole, FBI Assistant Director William Sweeney said
President Donald Trump's administration announced charges on Friday against nine Iranian nationals for conducting a "massive" cyber theft campaign against American entities on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, an arm of the Iranian government.
Pressure is mounting against the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) for its controversial partnership with the San Diego Unified School District in developing an anti-Islamophobia bullying initiative that was enacted last April.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson and his wife Candy Carson personally picked out a controversial $31,000 dining room set for his HUD dining room, new emails reveal.
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- A judge ordered the San Diego school district to hand over evidence of correspondence with a Muslim advocacy group
- An anti-bullying plan called for adding Muslim holidays to staff calendars
- Parents thought the initiative looked more like a religious advocacy program than an anti-bullying initiative
- Highway 31 spent $4.4 million in support of Doug Jones and against Roy Moore in Alabama's special U.S. Senate election in December
- Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint against Highway 31 on Monday alleging the Super PAC failed to disclose its contributors in its reports to the Federal Election Commission
- "I think it's very likely that national Democrats wanted to create the appearance of Highway 31 being a local organization," CLC attorney told the Daily Caller News Foundation
A super PAC that supported Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama's special U.S. Senate election in December misled the public about the identity of its contributors, a complaint filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission charges.
- There is a simple explanation for what may have caused the "sonic attacks" in Cuba
- American diplomats reported they and their spouses were subjected to agonizing sounds in Havana
- The sounds could have been the result of audio interference between a pair of ultrasonic eavesdropping devices
A new report offers a simple and compelling explanation for what may have caused the "sonic attacks" in Havana, Cuba, that left 24 U.S. embassy workers and their families with neurological damage.
Cornell University food marketing professor Brian Wansink has come under fire for employing misleading research practices in his studies that have influenced policies in nearly 30,000 school lunchrooms across the U.S.
Not all is as it seems at the organization behind a nationwide grassroots movement that seeks to make the National Rifle Association "politically radioactive."
- The Daily Caller News Foundation analyzed the nation's 20 most expensive and the 20 most affordable public universities
- The more expensive universities spent $11,346 more on instruction per student than the affordable universities
- Public universities often disguise research as an instructional expense
Universities that offer less faculty compensation, perform less research and have lower tuition rates are more likely to have engaged and effective professors, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation analysis.
The Democratic National Committee raised $5.2 million in December, bringing its total 2017 fundraising haul to $66 million, according to paperwork filed Wednesday evening to the Federal Election Commission.
iVote, a voter advocacy group backed by Hillary Clinton, is gearing up to spend $5 million to elect Democratic secretaries of state during the 2018 midterm elections, Washington Post reported Thursday.