SADIE GURMAN / The Associated PressFeb 28, 2018
The president reacts to the attorney general's announcement that the Justice Department inspector general will determine whether a warrant to investigate a Trump associate was improperly obtained. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Eric Ortiz / TruthdigFeb 2, 2018
In a review of texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, The Wall Street Journal found "no evidence of a conspiracy" against the president. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
Bill Blum / TruthdigOct 28, 2016
The Democratic presidential nominee got a pass this summer on her "extremely careless" handling of classified information while secretary of state. But now the FBI is reopening its investigation. Dig deeper ( 5 Min. Read )
Kasia Anderson / TruthdigJul 24, 2015
Well, this could muck up the campaign trail for Clinton: On Thursday evening, The New York Times reported that two inspectors general are looking to resuscitate the debate about the Democratic front-runner's emails from her tenure as secretary of state, and they mean business. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigSep 27, 2010
One would think that if a bunch of FBI operatives were to devise a plan to cheat on a key intelligence exam, they might be a little more creative and a lot less obvious about it than the group of agents who recently drew attention to themselves (continued). Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJul 13, 2009
It turns out George W. Bush's warrantless wiretap program wasn't just illegal, it was pretty useless. A new report by the inspectors general of the agencies charged with catching the evildoers determined that many agents were flummoxed by the vague information coming out of the overly secretive program, and those who weren't couldn't demonstrate how it was helpful. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigSep 11, 2008
Three reports from the Department of Interior's inspector general found wide-ranging ethics violations between the department's Minerals Management Service and the energy companies from which it is charged with collecting royalties. Allegations of financial improprieties, illegal gifts, and even the occasional sex- and drug-crazed indiscretion created what the author of the reports called "a culture of ethical failure" within the agency. Ouch. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJul 30, 2008
According to an internal e-mail obtained by the AP, the chief of staff of the EPA's enforcement wing has issued a gag order, telling staffers in June exactly what to do should a reporter, the inspector general or the Government Accountability Office call: "Please do not respond to questions or make any statements." Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJun 25, 2008
Here's another outrage that has stumbled out in the twilight of George W. Bush: Under the leadership of John Ashcroft and, especially, Alberto Gonzales, the Justice Department illegally sought to hire conservative lawyers, according to a preliminary report from the department's own inspector general. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
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