The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent over $400,000 studying the satisfaction levels of the first sexual experiences of young gay men.
The four-year study, being conducted by Johns Hopkins University, is examining the “meaning and function” of first “penetrative same-sex sexual experiences.”
A program intended to give financial assistance to “socially disadvantaged” farmers is riddled with “broad and pervasive mismanagement,” leading the U.S. Department of Agriculture inspector general to question millions of dollars in taxpayer funds.
The State Department is spending $45,000 to teach Indian citizens how to record videos on their smartphones.
United States military spending fell by 6.5 percent in 2014, according to a report released Monday by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
An issue that could “dramatically affect” the mission of the United States Military is telling soldiers when it is okay to kiss a girl.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) paid violent sexual predators nearly $524,000, in violation of federal law.
Taking a page from Google, the FBI plans to add campfire meeting areas and pods to its offices to accommodate an evolving workforce.
Rep. Steve Russell (R., Okla.) unveiled Tuesday the first edition of Waste Watcha compilation of frivolous government spending that seeks to carry on the work of retired Sen. Tom Coburn of exposing waste, fraud, and abuse.
Two years after being completed, $8-million-worth of solar panels at a Little Rock, Ark., Veterans Affairs hospital have never been turned on, and now the hospital is tearing down some of the panels.
Slate ran a glowing profile on Thursday of Danny Resnic, the origami condom inventor accused of massive fraud and stealing taxpayer funds from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).