Congressional aides suspected of criminally misusing their access to House computer systems owed $100,000 to an Iraqi politician who is wanted by U.S. authorities and has been linked to Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed Middle Eastern terrorist outfit.
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Rogue congressional staffers took $100,000 from an Iraqi politician while they had administrator-level access to the House of Representatives' computer network, according to court documents examined by The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group.
Four people who worked for the House of Representatives have a history of massive debts and bankruptcy, a fondness for fast cars and real estate, and unusually complicated webs of intertwined finances.
Three brothers who managed office information technology for members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and other lawmakers were abruptly relieved of their duties on suspicion that they accessed congressional computers without permission.
A high-ranking official convicted of murder threatened to "fire back" if The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group (TheDCNF) reported that a new branch president for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) embezzled during his tenure at a previous nonprofit.
Black Alaskans have elected as the new president of the Anchorage NAACP a convict who used his previous role as president of a government employees union to embezzle from that group.
Liberals seeking to move to Canada because they are unhappy with the election results are finding that Canada won't take them because its immigration policies exclude those who won't contribute to the economy.
Immediately after it accepted without question a black employee's claim that hearing a single racist movie reference entitled her to $900,000 in damages, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) refused to pay a white employee who was left bankrupt and in a wheelchair after her own mistreatment at the hands of supervisors.
Days into Donald Trump's administration, heads are finally beginning to roll at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Two notoriously corrupt employees in Puerto Rico were fired this week, indicating that more may be on the way.
A lawyer who represents federal employees who have been discriminated against said the payment of $900,000 by a federal agency to an employee whose feelings were hurt by a race-tinged "Little Rascals" reference appears "monstrously excessive" based on past precedent.
Editor's Note: A more current report on the shooting, after police released more information, can be found here.
Major media outlets rushed to characterize the entire WhiteHouse.gov switch over as the Trump administration selectively deleting pages lauding gay rights and climate change.
Most black children in America grow up without a father present, but the annual report for President Barack Obama's My Brother's Keeper (MBK) initiative doesn't mention the problem.
Mary Kinney quietly retired last year as Ginnie Mae's chief operating officer after officials there paid $900,000 to settle a subordinate's racism complaint against her, then cashed in on her public service experience to land a position in a firm that uses minority status to win non-competitive government contracts.
Four of the five richest counties in the U.S. are Washington, D.C. suburbs --- Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlington in Virginia and Howard in Maryland --- so it is unsurprising that many Americans question the federal government taking money to prop up far-off elites?
President-Elect Donald Trump's nominee for secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is the man appointed by President Barack Obama as its undersecretary of health and whose tenure has included some of the worst scandals afflicting the troubled agency.
Taxpayers wrote a $900,000 settlement check to a federal employee to compensate her for once being likened to a “Little Rascals” character by her boss, The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group has learned.
Local governments routinely spend resources on infrastructure they don't really need or want simply because available funds are sitting in a federal account and are therefore viewed as "free," according to Sen. Jeff Flake's new edition of the Wastebook.
Federal employees spend more than $1 billion a year boosting the government's image, including the salaries of an estimated 5,000 official "spokesmen" who often ignore questions from reporters about agency operations and try to distract public attention away from embarrassing scandals.