Report Finds No Wrongdoing in Hiring of Trump Loyalist as N.S.A.'s Top Lawyer
WASHINGTON - A Pentagon inspector general's report released on Thursday concluded that there was no undue pressure from the Trump White House to appoint Michael J. Ellis to the sensitive post of general counsel of the National Security Agency just before President Donald J. Trump left office.
Lawmaker urges new probe after Army closes investigation of Chino soldier's slaying
The U.S. Army has closed an investigation into the killing of a paratrooper from California whose head was found severed from his body, according to Rep. Norma Torres, who is asking the Pentagon's inspector general to examine whether the military's probe was flawed.
Analysis | Boeing's 737 Max Crisis Wasn't One Man's Fault
The first indictment in the Boeing Co. 737 Max crisis should not be the last.
SBA program overpaid $4.5 billion in pandemic aid, inspector general says
A Small Business Administration program that issued fast-access grants to help companies weather the coronavirus pandemic paid out $4.5 billion more than it should have because administrators failed to follow internal policies, the agency's inspector general concluded in a report released Thursday.
Michigan nurse charged with stealing and selling Covid vaccination cards
A nurse at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Michigan has been charged with stealing and selling Covid-19 vaccination cards.
LAPD to stop requesting civilians' social security numbers after backlash
The Los Angeles police department (LAPD) has moved to end its practice of requesting the social security numbers of civilians officers question, after immigrants' rights advocates raised concerns about potential violations of sanctuary laws meant to protect undocumented residents.
California community college financial aid scam triggers federal warning to other campuses
U.S. education officials issued a warning Thursday to thousands of colleges and universities across the nation to be on alert for fraud after California authorities uncovered a massive scam attempt involving 65,000 federal financial aid applications filed by fake community college students.
More than 65,000 fake students applied for financial aid in wide community college scam
California student aid official Patrick Perry was beginning a routine check of federal financial aid records a few weeks ago when he came across a mystifying number: 60,000 more aid applications from a particular group of students this year than last.
MTA bus worker charged with tax fraud on second business running Brooklyn auto body shop * Brooklyn Paper
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