Federal investigators failed twice during President Barack Obama's tenure to identify who leaked internal Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) information to Reuters, according to documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group.
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Backlogged cases in U.S. immigration court has hit an all-time high of nearly 600,000, despite a recent surge of new judges, government data shows.
Officials with the nonprofit government watchdog Cause of Action Institute said Monday they have filed a lawsuit to force the public release of more information about grand jury subpoenas related to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s BlackBerry email accounts.
Federal officials don’t compile crucial data, such as what terrorist organizations applicants are affiliated with or if they’ve ever illegally voted in an American election, on the form used to vet immigrants seeking U.S. citizenship, The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group has learned.
Federal officials found a voice recorder somebody used to document a closed-door government meeting in 2013 but kept the discovery secret for nearly four years, The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group has learned.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt is pushing officials to streamline and speedup the Superfund process to cleanup the nation’s most polluted sites, a problem highlighted by The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group in 2016.
A federal judge ordered the Department of State to release new emails stored on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private server regarding the 2012 attack in Benghazi, a nonprofit government watchdog group announced Friday.
A massive backlog of expired immigrant visa cases at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) may pose a national security threat, a government watchdog reported Thursday.
Two climate change programs ignore federal transparency requirements and "put taxpayer dollars at risk," two congressional chairmen told Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ryan Zinke in a letter made public Wednesday.
Social Security Administration (SSA) officials gave $5.8 million to dead Californians and sent checks living people being listed as dead, a government watchdog reported Tuesday.
A medical researcher was sentenced to nearly six years in prison for charges related to spending at least $3.2 million in federal grant funds on trips to visit his mistress in China and on a giant, now-empty research facility.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials are investing significant federal resources to combat drug smuggling and human trafficking by Mexican cartels, which are using aircraft, boats and tunnels, but the agency doesn't know if what they are doing works, a congressional watchdog reported Monday.
Afghanistan set new records for opium production in 2016 despite an $8.5 billion counternarcotics campaign investment by U.S. agencies, a special government watchdog reported Sunday.
A government watchdog withheld at least 14 reports that revealed department-wide problems that allow fraud and waste at a cabinet-level agency, The Daily Caller News Foundation's (TheDCNF) Investigative Group has learned.
Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for emails former Secretary Jeh Johnson and three other top agency officials sent or received from personal email accounts, the nonprofit government watchdog group announced Friday.
Puerto Rico’s financial crisis could cause the U.S. territory to lose nearly $775 million in government funding meant for water treatment projects and could create “serious threats to public health and the environment,” a federal watchdog reported Thursday.
Two federal agencies spent $13.5 million to maintain 2,441 vehicles they may not need, a congressional watchdog reported Tuesday.
Congressional leaders requested in a letter Friday that Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials provide information about how they close-out grants, which account for an estimated $4 billion, or about half its total budget.
There aren't enough federal agents on the government's payroll to keep pace with the growing number of immigrants awaiting deportation, a government watchdog reported Thursday.