There is a funky smell coming from D.C. Public Schools.
Accounts from as far back as 2014 described a “Troll Factory” in St. Petersburg where Russian tycoon Yevgeny Prighozin, a longtime crony of President Vladimir Putin, reportedly began buttressing the regime of the former KGB officer and eventually morphed into a sprawling operation with international targets.
The District’s Deputy Mayor of Education resigned Friday after it was revealed she helped the D.C. Chancellor of Education sidestep his own rules when seeking special treatment to transfer his daughter to a new school.
The IRS is still paying bonuses to nearly 2,000 bad employees, including more than two dozen who were actual tax-cheats themselves, the agency’s inspector general said in a new report this week.
Rep. Adam B. Schiff said Thursday he’s uncertain when the Democratic memo concerning alleged surveillance abuses will be released and he wouldn’t say whether he’ll work on it next week while Congress is out of town.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin said Thursday he regrets reported ethical lapses stemming from a 2017 European trip to a conference in London, and that he’s taking steps to reimburse the government for associated costs.
A lawyer for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Seattle has pleaded guilty to stealing immigrants’ identities, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs misused agency resources during a $122,000 European trip last year and a top staffer falsified an email to get the agency to pay for airfare for the secretary’s wife, according to an inspector general’s report released Wednesday.
Rep. Trey Gowdy said Wednesday the House Oversight Committee launched an investigation into former White House staff secretary Rob Porter amid allegations of domestic violence.
President Trump’s legal team is citing a three-pillar argument to convince investigators, and the public, that President Trump shouldn’t sit down for an interview with special counsel Robert Mueller.