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Environmental Protection Agency
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A unit run by President Barack Obama's political staff inside the Environmental Protection Agency operates illegally as a "rogue law enforcement agency" that has blocked independent investigations by the EPA's inspector general for years, a top investigator told Congress.
One EPA employee spent up to six hours a day looking at pornography while on the job, and another employee has been allowed to work from home for years but had little to show for it, according to an ongoing internal investigation that the agency's inspector general will detail to Congress on Wednesday.
The Environmental Protection Agency is reevaluating its retention pay program after a former employee, John Beale, received thousands of dollars in salary while doing little work because he claimed to be a spy.
When EPA officials began having doubts in 2012 about John Beale — a top adviser who bizarrely claimed he was missing work because he was on secret CIA spy missions — they didn't go to the agency's inspector general for an investigation.
The Environmental Protection Agency's internal watchdog, the Inspector General, announced Monday that it will investigate the agency's actions surrounding a controversial proposed mining facility in Alaska.
The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice will host a meeting Monday in Columbus on the cleanup of the old Kerr-McGee Chemical Plant.
A government investigator will tell Congress this week how her probe into an Environmental Protection Agency office was obstructed by top agency officials including the current agency chief.
Paper-pushers in Washington need to get out more — the real world bears little resemblance to the view from the federal cube farm or from space.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is asking federal officials to delay regulations for existing power plants.