The National Institutes of Health is spending over $150,000 to study adding warning labels to soda.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over a quarter of a million dollars creating “talking circles” to fight alcoholism.
I suddenly have a lot of competition covering my beat. Who knew the mainstream media cared how our taxpayer dollars are wasted?
The National Institutes of Health spent $30,000 on a conference dedicated to researching a “novel” practice: teaching people how to cook.
The National Science Foundation is spending roughly $1 million to study ways to use children as a means to get their parents to use less energy.
The House Committee on Ethics released a series of reports on Friday and ordered Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D., Ill.) to repay the government after allegations he misused federal funds.
The National Endowment for the Arts is funding a journal that writes extensively on white privilege and features feminist screeds like “Why I Left Men for Books” and “On the Coming Extinction of the Great White Male.”
An Oxford University study being spread by mainstream news outlets that claims Trump supporters share the most fake news is itself fake news.
Researchers at the Computational Propaganda Project, who are the recipients of over $200,000 in taxpayer funding, spent “several years” developing its “junk news” list, which is actually full of the most popular conservative websites on the internet.
A major Department of Defense agency cannot account for over $800 million worth of projects after a recent audit.
The National Institutes of Health is spending over $300,000 performing “in-home semen testing,” which will pay men $20 for their samples as part of a study hoping to fight infertility.