The National Institutes of Health is spending nearly $400,000 testing how to insert subliminal messages against cigarette smoking in video games played by teens.
The Department of Energy improperly paid for an engineer to go to law school, billing taxpayers $138,000 for a degree that allowed the employee to quit working for the government.
The National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities is giving millions of taxpayer dollars to nonprofits with assets of over $1 billion.
Major pornography sites are joining the protest against the Federal Communications Commission’s efforts to roll back Obama administration net neutrality rules.
The United States Army’s training for how to handle transgender issues instructs troops not to gossip about male soldiers who identify as female.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission held its annual fireworks safety demonstration on the national mall last Tuesday, where the federal agency blows up dummies and warns of the dangers of sparklers.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt did not meet privately with the Dow Chemical CEO, contrary to reporting by the Associated Press.
The National Endowment for the Arts is funding a progressive rendition of Pride and Prejudice, a choreographed traffic jam, and a play about climate change causing the end of the world.
The Public Theater in New York has received an additional $100,000 grant from the federal government, fresh off its controversy for staging a ‘Julius Caesar’ production where a Donald Trump lookalike is assassinated.
The National Endowment for the Arts is spending $20,000 for a musical about a lesbian illegal immigrant who is in love with an ICE agent.