$100 million worth
Ninety nine percent of the program is vulnerable to fraud
Hospital director canned on inauguration day, one of multiple belated VA firings this week
The politicians have made it clear that Wall Street and municipal agencies are off limits.
De Blasio cheered the freeing of the leader of a group that murdered 4 in New York City.
‘The most sensitive telescope in the world capable of conducting SETI observations’
‘I have been at a Leaders Developing Leaders Conference with almost 600 of VA’s Leaders’
Puerto Rico VA hospital seems to be a magnet for wide variety of criminals
More than 8,000 people from eight villages were forcefully relocated to build it
‘The system is not designed to withstand a failure of this magnitude’
It’s clear who the bad actors in the Puerto Rican debt crisis are, but the government and press continue to do nothing.
‘I don’t want to say we have a problem.’
Investigation Soon To Disclose Causes Of Puerto Rico's Financial Collapse -- And It Wasn't The Economy
Sources close to the inter-agency investigations suggest that there was massive and repeated government theft of public funds, going on for over a decade.
Rotting food will help us survive global warming
Veterans Affairs keeps hiring people with criminal records
Is EPA too consumed with fighting global warming?
‘We must take action this week to quickly’
About twenty-four million Americans own the Puerto Rico debt. Now they have no legal rights.
The bill’s architects said it’s the best solution to help the country without a bailout