The Public Theater in New York has received an additional $100,000 grant from the federal government, fresh off its controversy for staging a ‘Julius Caesar’ production where a Donald Trump lookalike is assassinated.
The Brooklyn Public Library is hosting almost monthly “Drag Queen Story Hour” events that teach “gender fluidity” to preschoolers.
Taxpayers spent $100 million on Afghan army uniforms that may have actually made them a better target for enemies because an Afghan minister “liked what he saw.”
The Environmental Protection Agency has ended a nearly $1 million program that provided gym memberships for employees.
The National Science Foundation is spending nearly $800,000 on a video game where middle school students can pretend they have a STEM career.
An Obama administration program to encourage the use of electronic health records made over $729 million in erroneous payments, according to a new audit.
The District of Columbia is spending $20,000 to pay artists to paint environmentally friendly, pro-LGBTQ murals on storm drains.
The National Park Service is spending nearly $300,000 on an internship program that teaches college students skills on how to communicate messages about climate change.
The Social Security Administration billed taxpayers $32 million for work conferences, according to a new audit.
The federal government spent $13.5 million on cars and SUVs it has no idea it needs, according to a new audit from the Government Accountability Office.