The National Institutes of Health is spending more than $200,000 on a “novel” study using food trucks to get Hispanic construction workers to stop smoking.
A computer scientist for the National Institutes of Health will serve six years in prison for beating a woman with a hammer and leaving her for dead, who he blamed for the death of his poodle.
The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to end fraud within the Department of Housing and Urban Development that has allowed millionaires to live in low-income housing for as low as $300 per month.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending more than $300,000 to talk about “food deserts” in Pennsylvania and sea level rise in Miami.
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending $250,000 on a traveling exhibit that displays “collective memories” of prisoners.
Multiple federal agencies are teaming up to help towns start “community-owned” grocery stores and farmers’ markets through an Obama administration initiative aimed at rural America.
A South Carolina man was convicted of “one of the largest” disability fraud cases in Veterans Affairs history after he was caught riding a motorcycle and going jet skiing while pretending to be wheelchair-bound.
The Department of Labor is seeking to remove the terms “he” and “she” from a regulation prohibiting discrimination in the workforce in an effort to “avoid the gender binary.”
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is spending $80,000 to see what effects space flight has on oral herpes.
A Florida man was charged with multiple counts of fraud and identity theft for allegedly burying his murdered father in his back yard to cash in on his dad’s Social Security checks.