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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Government Accountability Office
Outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius lobbied several private companies to support Obamacare while the program was struggling to sign up enrollees, a new investigative report found.
The federal government will conduct an investigation of Hawaii's troubled health exchange after a request from the state Senate's lone Republican.
One of the Navy's cruisers is getting a second chance at life.
Ahandful of congressmen are trying to cut wasteful spending, but certain bottom feeders in Congress stand in the way. Everybody's tax dollars, "invested" in redundant and useless government programs, continue to slip down the drain.
Like a shopper buying everything on a grocery list twice, the federal government is wasting billions of dollars through duplication and redundant programs, Congress' chief watchdog warned, releasing its fourth annual list of recommendations on ways to cut down on wasteful spending.
A federal auditing agency on Wednesday upheld a challenge to a U.S. Forest Service contract for two next-generation air tankers to fight wildfires.
The minimum wage hike that Congress imposed on two U.S. territories in 2007 has harmed their economies so profoundly that it's prompted howls for mercy from both governors.
The Obama administration is skirting congressional review of some major federal regulations by failing to designate the rules as economically significant, according to a study being released Tuesday by a Washington advocacy group.
South Korea has agreed to buy 40 of the Pentagon’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets, good news for a plane that has been plagued by cost overruns and persistent software problems, U.S. weapons industry sources said on Monday.
Government investigators say unclear standards and funding problems are thwarting medical providers from shifting to electronic health records and sharing their data, an ambition that's supposed to save the U.S. health care system billions of dollars each year.
Federal officials have no qualms flying the friendly skies in style, regularly using executive jets and other planes in the government's fleet of 1,700 aircraft for everyday travel.
Despite federal officials taking hundreds of personal trips at taxpayer expense, little has been done to correct the issue and there is still limited oversight on the use of the government's aircraft fleet, a new investigation has found.
Thousands of people attempting to pay back student loans could be suffering because the Education Department can’t control its contractors in charge of the loans, a new watchdog report says.