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Luke Rosiak
Luke Rosiak
Investigative Reporter

Democrats Heard They May Have Been Hacked And Didn’t Even Care

6:58 PM 07/16/2017

House Democrats professing moral outrage over the hacking of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) have remained apparently indifferent to the likely penetration of their congressional computer systems, declining to distance themselves from five Pakistani House server administrators who are the subject of an ongoing criminal investigation.

YOU’RE FIRED! Trump’s VA Terminates 500, Suspends 200 For Misconduct

6:44 PM 07/09/2017

Five hundred and forty-eight Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) employees have been terminated since President Donald Trump took office, indicating that his campaign pledge to clean up "probably the most incompetently run agency in the United States" by relentlessly putting his TV catch phrase "you're fired" into action was more than just empty rhetoric.

Flake Says No Pay For VA Union Leaders Who Skip Work While Vets Wait

1:57 PM 06/29/2017

Veterans have waited months for medical appointments while the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) union said that it needs more employees, but 1,606 employees -- including many nurses -- let veterans wait while they collected a taxpayer check to work on union business instead of what they were hired to do, according to VA data obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Debbie Does It Again! Wasserman Schultz Claims She’s The Victim Of ANOTHER Cyber Attack

10:37 AM 06/03/2017

Backers of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign who are suing ex-Democratic National Committee (DNC) head Debbie Wasserman Schultz for allegedly tampering with the primary process filed a legal document Thursday alleging that one of her staffers improperly tried to get information from opposing lawyers, using voice-disguising software to hide their identity.

VA Chief Wants Power To Speed Up Firing Bad Employees

2:15 PM 05/31/2017

Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said Wednesday the civil service appeals process prevents the agency from firing "terrible managers," and that the Senate must act to reduce the impact of the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) and excessive government employee union-backed due process requirements.