Former President Barack Obama’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) paid $1.5 million for employee parking spaces, many of which went to the highly-paid upper management or were unused, a government watchdog reported Wednesday.
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The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) refused to explain why the agency essentially stopped immediately suspending pharmaceutical distributors that shipped suspicious volumes of opioids.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) essentially stopped suspending pharmaceutical distributors that shipped suspicious volumes of opioids even before Congress passed a law effectively eliminating that power, according to testimony before a congressional committee hearing Wednesday.
A Florida congressman helped weaken the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) because the pharmaceutical industry said the agency was preventing legitimate opioid prescriptions from being filled, but patients are still having trouble getting their medications.
The then-chief of the Drug Enforcement Administration assured Democratic Rep. Judy Chu the bill she cosponsored to take away a tool the agency used to prevent opioids from reaching the streets wouldn't hinder the agency's work.
A major trade association for pharmaceutical distributors defended a law that weakened the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), while ignoring key facts about how the now-stripped power once let the agency suspend distributors that shipped alarming numbers of opioid pills.
This is the first article in the American Cartel series about the billionaire Sackler family, Purdue Pharma and the opioid epidemic.
Tax dollars are funding a Frankenstein-themed festival in Indianapolis Saturday to kick off a year-long celebration of the classic novel’s 200th birthday, according to a preview from Sen. Jeff Flake’s upcoming Wastebook 2017.
Consumers are being harmed by the same federal agency that was created to protect them after the 2007 recession, but none of the three branches of government can do much about it, according to a report released Thursday by a conservative nonprofit think tank.
Some of the most highly toxic waste sites in America aren’t being cleaned because the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) refuses to send staff where they’re needed most, a government watchdog reported Tuesday.
A government watchdog group released a plan Tuesday that would save taxpayers $336 billion for one year and $2.3 trillion over five years.
Nearly 550 jailed children in just four states received $1.7 million in improper Social Security payments, a government watchdog reported Monday.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) officials couldn't find any documents showing their responses to customer complaints after a months-long search-and-review process, but found the records just hours after The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group said it would write a story about the failure.
A Drug Enforcement Administration chief granted a security clearance to a special agent who had an affair with a convicted criminal in DEA offices and in his official vehicle, a government watchdog reported Thursday.
Social Security Administration (SSA) officials sent nearly $38 million in benefits to dead people, a government watchdog reported Friday.
A liberal news outlet waited just four months before a federal agency gave it more than 1,000 pages of a Republican's emails, while conservative groups' requests have been ignored for years, according to documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group.
A federal program that spends $3 billion annually to combat poverty, provide affordable housing and develop needed public infrastructure is plagued with mismanagement and may be wasting a fourth or more of its annual budget, an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has found.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) doesn’t require federally-subsidized landlords to evict and report fugitives, and a law enforcement initiative specifically hunting such criminals quietly ended approximately five years ago, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.
House Committee on Natural Resources Chairman Rob Bishop asked a government watchdog Wednesday for an un-redacted version of a report showing that a senior law enforcement manager used his position for preferential treatment and threatened coworkers.