A government contractor that has received more than $2.5 billion for humanitarian and infrastructure work in Iraq and Afghanistan has been suspended from receiving federal funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) due to “serious misconduct.”
President Barack Obama’s visit to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is costing taxpayers $267,787 in hotel and SUV rentals, according to contracts issued by the State Department.
New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced it is raising bus and subway fares due to budget constraints, a week after spending over $76,000 to stop “manspreading.”
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has spent nearly a half a million dollars studying gay hookup apps such as Grindr.
A new project from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is using computer simulated training sessions to teach doctors in Minnesota how to talk to fat kids.
Federal and state governments are using seemingly unlimited tax bases to compete with private businesses, disrupting the free market and even endangering troops, according to a new report.
The advertising campaign in New York telling men to stop “manspreading” has cost the city’s taxpayers more than $76,000.
The National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) is contributing to the production of a new adaptation of “Our Town,” set in a town where “gender and sexual identity are fluid.”
The United States continues to pay more than $300 million annually to the Afghan National Police (ANP), and some of that money is going to officers that do not actually exist, according to government officials who warn that fraud and a lack of oversight are causing U.S. taxpayer dollars to be wasted on the force.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is giving an assistant professor nearly $20,000 to write a dissertation on the mating habits of Syrian hamsters.