WASHINGTON — With billions in taxpayer dollars at stake, the Obama administration has taken a "passive" approach to identifying potential fraud involving the president's health care law, nonpartisan congressional investigators say in a report due out Wednesday.
By Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Lax oversight at the IRS increases the risk that political and religious groups could be unfairly targeted for audits, government investigators say in a report that raises concerns about an IRS division that has been under scrutiny for…
By PBS NewsHour
Despite trillions of dollars in revenue, a large swath of domestic and foreign corporations paid no U.S. income taxes between 1998 and 2005, according to a government study released Tuesday.
Congressional investigators sided with Boeing Wednesday in a dispute over the awarding of a $35 billion Air Force tanker contract to competitor Northrup Grumman. A reporter discusses the decision.
By PBS NewsHour
The Food and Drug Administration announced new evidence this week that links a contaminated blood thinner from China to 81 deaths in the United States.
Congress returned from its August recess to a series of reports assessing progress in Iraq, including one that found the Iraqi government is having trouble meeting most U.S.-set benchmarks. Four House members who spent time in Iraq discuss the situation.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is under fire for wasting taxpayers' money on illegitimate disaster aid claims in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, though the agency contends it had to streamline procedures to send aid quickly to those in need.
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