The following is from Judicial Watch’s Corruption Chronicles. Fraud and waste are so rampant in foreign programs that receive enormous amounts of money from American taxpayers that the U.S. government is spending $30 million to counter corruption in the projects it already […]
On the heels of a recent hearing held to discuss biosafety and risky virus research, top Republicans are asking the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to conduct a scientific audit to analyze whether the dangers of prospecting for unknown viruses outweighs
House Committee on Oversight and Accountability Chairman James Comer (R-Kentucky) and other Republicans are calling on federal agencies to provide documents and information to ensure that taxpayer dollars being spent on Ukraine are being protected from waste, fraud, and abuse.
There’s a disturbing and unprecedented new report from the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) John Sopko. In his regular report to Congress, Sopko says he is unable to do his job accounting for spending of US taxpayer money
Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky) is slamming the State Dept. and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) for allegedly obstructing the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction’s (SIGAR) audits and Congressionally-mandated reviews of US-Afghanistan matters. John Sopko, who serves as SIGAR,
The Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has released its 55th Quarterly Report to Congress examining the $146.40 billion U.S. reconstruction effort in Afghanistan. This quarter SIGAR issued an evaluation requested by the House Committee on
The following is an excerpt from the DisInformation Chronicle written by Paul D. Thacker. New documents further detail the hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal funds diverted to set up the Global Virome Project, an organization now headed by Dennis
Rep. James Comer (R-Kentucky) and Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kansas) are questioning what they say is dangerous research being conducted on emerging pathogens. In a letter to U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power, the members of Congress are