The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) proposed changing how the agency determines the number of pharmaceuticals allowed on the market, which would help prevent opioids from flooding communities, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced Tuesday.
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A member of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) traveled to Europe, leaving too few commissioners for the panel to have a quorum then warned about the dangers of the agency being unable to hold a quorum just days later.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) let nearly $2 billion in federally insured loans go to nearly 10,000 borrowers who were barred from such funds, a government watchdog reported Monday.
Antifa, rather than white supremacists, posed "the greatest threat to public safety" at a Republican event featuring conservative commentator Ann Coulter, according to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) documents Muckrock published Monday.
Opioids "became a form of currency" in the impoverished Appalachia region, a health official told a congressional committee Wednesday.
A federal campaign finance watchdog was forced to cancel a meeting so one of its democratic commissioners -- who's known to travel through taxpayer and foreign funding -- can present at an event organized by a group that was barred from some U.S. polls, The Daily Caller News Foundation learned.
Making the opioid painkiller OxyContin harder to abuse led to more heroin deaths, a recent University of Notre Dame study found.
Thousands of people who drove too slowly in the left lane or committed related violations in Virginia have been issued a $100 fine, according to a Monday report.
- Jobs Corps didn’t have evidence it helped the program’s graduates actually find jobs
- The federal program annually spent $1.7 billion between 2010 and 2016
- Job Corps graduates’ salaries were typically below poverty line
A federal program dedicated to getting people jobs couldn’t prove it did its own job, a government watchdog reported Tuesday.
More than 23 firearms issued for Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents were either or lost or stolen, a government watchdog reported Monday.
A top lawyer with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) used his position to get his wife a job he helped create with the agency, gave her sensitive information, then lied about it to investigators, according to a government watchdog’s Monday report.
Ousted Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin said Thursday that the White House didn't allow him to respond to allegations that he misused taxpayer dollars, but he actually responded three times.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) didn’t conduct required background checks on 6,200 medical employees, according to a government watchdog.
A major critic of embattled Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin has left his White House post to return to the VA, according to a Monday report.
Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster reportedly turned down posts that would have earned the three-star general his fourth star, but the White House won't say what positions he was offered.
An Alaska man was indicted Thursday on charges that he spent $315,000 in federal grants on guns and porn, among other personal purchases.
Congress’ spending bill includes funding for the White House’s primary drug-fighting office, rejecting President Donald Trump’s calls to effectively gut the agency.
Searches for Stephanie Clifford – the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels who allegedly had an affair with President Donald Trump – have increased by 70,000 percent on the pornographic website Pornhub compared to her 2017 average, according to the company.
A government-funded study showing that sugar makes tomatoes tasty was crowned 2017’s most wasteful use of tax dollars, an accountability group announced Friday.