The VA Let Potentially Dangerous Doctors Continue To Practice Without Reporting Them To National Database

Health | Jonah Bennett
Team of doctors looking at a patient chart. Uber Images/Shutterstock.

90 percent of doctors engaged in misconduct were not reported

Dems Spark ANOTHER Investigation Into A High-Ranking Trump Official

Energy | Michael Bastasch
Scott Pruitt, Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, answers a question during the Concordia Summit in Manhattan

‘We are deeply troubled’

Congress Wants To Know Why A Gov't Report Relied On Research Funded By Democrats' Largest Donor

Energy | Michael Bastasch
A congressional committee chairman is demanding the GAO answer for publishing a recent report that relied heavily on research funded by a Democratic donor. (Photo: Debby Wong / Shutterstock.com)

‘Blurs the line between science and advocacy’

The Government Accountability Office Joins The Global Warming Debate

Energy | Tim Pearce
Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) speaks with reporters about the withdrawn Republican health care bill on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., July 18, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein

‘They produce imprecise results’

Congressional 'Climate Change' Report Relies On Work Funded By The Democrat's Largest Donor

Energy | Michael Bastasch
File photo of investor, philanthropist and environmentalist Tom Steyer speaking at the Center for American Progress' 2014 Making Progress Policy Conference in Washington

‘Ignores IPCC in favor of Tom Steyer-funded advocacy’

Gov't Is Finally Going To Track What Food Aid Does To Foreign Markets

US | Thomas Phippen
A farmer holds up dried corn kernels, donated by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) food reserves, during a distribution of food aid to families affected by the drought in the village of Orocuina, August 28, 2014. A severe drought has ravaged crops in Central America and as many as 2.81 million people are struggling to feed themselves, the United Nations WFP said on Friday, though the region's coffee crop has been largely unscathed. The drought, which is also affecting South America, has been particularly hard on the so-called "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes southern Guatemala, northern Honduras and western El Salvador. "The drought has killed us. We lost all our corn and beans," said Olman Funez, a 22-year-old farmer who lives in Orocuina, a rural town in southern Honduras. Picture taken August 28, 2014. (REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera)

‘Negative effects after food programs begin’

CBS Excludes 9/11 From List Of Terror Attacks In US

US | Jack Crowe
twitter screenshot/ Norah ODonnell CBS This Morning extremism

False equivalency

Pentagon Told To Justify The 'Mission' Of Military Bands

Politics | Thomas Phippen
Staff Sgt. Brenna Dooley plays “Taps” on the trumpet during the 2012 9/11 Rememberance Ceremony at Scott Air Force Base, Ill, Sept. 11, 2012. Dooley is with the U.S. Air Force Band of Mid-America. (Flikr/U.S. Air Force/ Staff Sgt. Stephenie Wade)

Please provide objective measures of ‘inspiring patriotism’

The Pentagon Promised To Save $13 Billion, But Won't Be Able To Prove It

Defense | Thomas Phippen
U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis gestures during a press briefing on the campaign to defeat ISIS at the Pentagon in Washington, U.S., May 19, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

Congress won’t be able to ‘ensure the achievement of the required cost savings’

GAO: Overseas Embassies Need To Improve Emergency Evacuation Drill Procedures

National Security | Kerry Picket

Five years after Benghazi

Obamaphones Fraud As High As 65 Percent

Investigative Group | Luke Rosiak
A woman says she's voting for Obama because "he gave me a phone," referring to "everybody low minority." Youtube screenshot

‘Lifeline is a costly and inefficient means of achieving universal service’

Experts Say Green Energy Made Cyber Attacks On Power Grid Much Easier

Energy | Andrew Follett
Beautiful business woman having work problem because her office computer getting poisoning and feeling very sadness sitting at working desk thinking solution. (Shutterstock/PR Image Factory)

‘These lightly-protected systems could then be all too easily infiltrated

The Federal Procurement System Can't Keep Pace With Technology

Opinion | Joanne Butler

The art of a federal IT deal should take months, not years, to accomplish.

NASA Finally Knows What Its $8.8 Billion Space Telescope Will Be Looking For

Energy | Andrew Follett
James Webb Space Telescope. This image elements furnished by NASA (Shutterstock/Vadim Sadovski)

‘There is no limit to what we might discover’

India Sends 'Monster' Rocket Into Orbit, While US Astronauts Remain Grounded

Energy | Andrew Follett
People watch as India's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D6) blasts off carrying a 2117 kg GSAT-6 communication satellite from the Satish Dhawan space centre at Sriharikota, India, August 27, 2015. (REUTERS/Stringer)

‘This is an important moment’

Another Gov't Study Says Fracking Isn't A Threat To Groundwater

Energy | Andrew Follett
A WPX Energy natural gas drilling rig north of Parachute, Colorado, December 9, 2014. The economy of Parachute, with a current population of approximately 1000 people, was devastated when thousands of workers lost their jobs on "Black Sunday" in 1982, after Exxon terminated the Colony Shale Oil Project. The current rise of hydraulic fracking in natural gas retrieval has given a cautious hope to the town's inhabitants, who know market demand and price can effect their local economy. (Reuters/Jim Urquhart)

‘Another day, another study confirming fracking is not a major risk to groundwater’

Prof: Unfair To Slap 'Other Than Honorable' Discharge On Service Members With PTSD

US | Jonah Bennett
U.S. soldier with PTSD. (Anchiy/Shutterstock).

‘Don’t want to blame the victim’

Everything You Need To Know About Trump's Energy Department Budget

Energy | Andrew Follett
Photo of the United States Department of Energy (DOE) homepage on a monitor screen through a magnifying glass. (Shutterstock/Gil C)

‘To improve both our energy and national security’

NASA's Mars Rocket 'May Be Difficult To Sustain,' Says Report

Energy | Andrew Follett
NASA sign in Orlando, Florida/USA at the Kennedy space center museum entrance. April 10, 2013. Ingus Kruklitis / Shutterstock.com

Behind schedule and over budget

Report: DOD May Have Wrongly Kicked Out Thousands Of Troops With Mental Issues

US | Jonah Bennett
US Marines returned to Afghanistan's volatile Helmand April 29, where American troops faced heated fighting until NATO's combat mission ended in 2014, as embattled Afghan security forces struggle to beat back the resurgent Taliban. The deployment of some 300 Marines to the poppy-growing southern province came one day after the militants announced the launch of their "spring offensive", and as the Trump administration seeks to craft a new strategy in Afghanistan. Wakil Kohsar/AFP/Getty Images.

‘Can go unrecognized and unacknowledged’