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.
Sen. James Lankford (R., Okla.) released a report Monday chronicling billions of dollars misused by the federal government.
The head researcher behind the government-funded project to track “misinformation” and “hate speech” online is now getting into the fact-checking business.
The National Institutes of Health has no system in place to track which federal facilities are receiving taxpayer dollars.