NTSB: Metro knew of potentially dangerous track conditions more than a year before July derailment
Metro knew of track flaws more than a year before a July derailment, and the agency’s track inspectors may have contributed to the crash by falsifying inspection reports month after month, according to documents released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board.
Workers: Sexual harassment also rampant at Forest Service
Two months after uncovering rampant sexual harassment, bullying and other misconduct at the National Park Service, a House oversight panel says similar problems plague the Forest Service.
Federal Agencies Collect $83 Billion In Fines, Avoid Congressional Oversight
Federal agencies increased their spending by collecting more than $83 billion worth from fines, penalties and settlements with individuals and corporations between 2010 and 2015, then spent the funds without prior congressional approval, according to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.