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An unidentified man, center, is escorted from a medical clinic in Little Rock, Ark., by Drug Enforcement Administration officers Wednesday, May 20, 2015. Early morning raids in Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi were the final stage of an operation launched last summer by the DEA's drug diversion unit, a senior DEA official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston) ** FILE **

DEA's criminal informants run wild under poor management: report

- The Washington Times

Senior members of drug-trafficking rings and criminal organizations serving as informants for the Drug Enforcement Administration have been allowed to run amok because the agency's management and oversight of its confidential sources and their approved illegal activity is so poor.

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington in this April 21, 2015, file photo. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)

Watchdog finds potential for fraud in Obamacare subsidies

- The Washington Times

Fake Obamacare enrollees were able to sign up for subsidized plans and to renew them for a second year, the government's top watchdog reported Wednesday, exposing embarrassing holes and potential fraud in President Obama's signature health care law.

Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta (Associated Press) **FILE**

Feds acknowledge hack of government computers affected 21 million

- The Washington Times

Federal officials acknowledged Thursday that hackers managed to steal information on more than 21 million Americans from the government's background check computers, including details of their health and financial histories, as the shocking outlines of the breach finally became clear.