The National Park Service is spending $149,927 researching Bigfoot, sea monsters, unexplained lights, and other paranormal activity.
A taxpayer-funded study set to find out if people can smell their own “asparagus pee.”
The National Institutes of Health is spending over a half a million dollars to determine why some couples drink a lot of alcohol, and others do not.
Dead retailers redeemed more than $2 billion worth of food stamps, according to a new audit.
District of Columbia workers billed taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars to dine out during Winter Storm Jonas last year in violation of federal law, according to a new audit.
The federal government spent millions of taxpayer dollars studying if women can pick Barbie out of a line-up, creating robot flowers, and a computer that binge watches Desperate Housewives, according to a new report on wasteful spending.
The National Endowment for the Arts is spending $30,000 for a series of dance performances, including Doggie Hamlet.
IRS employees spent $1.4 million in taxpayer funds on lavish travel and hotels, according to a new report from the Senate Finance Committee.
A Defense Department study that revealed $125 billion in administrative waste at the Pentagon was suppressed by senior officials who worried Congress would slash the defense budget, the Washington Post reported Monday night.