FBI, DOJ roiled by Comey, Lynch decision to let Clinton slide by on emails, says insider
The decision to let Hillary Clinton off the hook for mishandling classified information has roiled the FBI and Department of Justice, with one person closely involved in the year-long probe telling FoxNews.com that career agents and attorneys on the case unanimously believed the Democratic presidential nominee should have been charged.
House panel checks in on Census IT testing
Time is running out for the Census Bureau to buy, integrate and test IT systems to conduct the 2020 population count.
Justice Department Won’t Prosecute EPA Worker Over Waste Spill in Colorado
The Justice Department has decided not to pursue criminal prosecution of an Environmental Protection Agency employee involved in a massive mine-waste spill in Colorado’s Animas River last year, according to the agency that investigated the employee’s role in the spill.
The National Park Service is melting down over harassment charges in its 100th anniversary year
It is known for its giant sequoia trees, towering granite ridges and tumbling waterfalls. But one of the West’s most majestic national parks has now become the latest cauldron in an unfolding scandal over workplace harassment that has rocked the national parks system.
Chaffetz investigating taxpayers funding for flawed cancer agency
Rep. Jason Chaffetz isn’t only interested in Hillary Clinton’s email server. The Utah congressman and chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee also wants to know why U.S. taxpayers are funding an international ...
House GOP Presses Court on Gun Program Documents
House Republicans accused the Obama administration of “generally making a mockery” of the congressional oversight process, as they fight in a federal appeals court for documents related to a flawed gun-tracking initiative known as Operation Fast and Furious.
Lawmakers press park service for documents in Yosemite National Park probe
Frustrated lawmakers are now threatening to issue subpoenas as their investigation into Yosemite National Park management problems heats up.
U.S. lawmakers to investigate funding of WHO cancer agency
Officials from the U.S. government's health research agency are to be questioned by a congressional committee about why taxpayers are funding a World Health Organization cancer agency facing criticism over how it classifies carcinogens.
Federal agency under fire for selling recalled cars
The General Services Administration (GSA) is in the congressional hot seat following a new report that found the federal agency has been selling recalled vehicles to the public.