Friday 28 April, 2017
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Category Archives: Investigations
State Department, John Kerry

The U.S. State Department, run by Secretary of State John Kerry has funneled more than $9 million to his daughter’s nonprofit foundation. According to reports, Secretary knew about the program as he discussed an extension from the State Department’s...

By Lawrence Lease on Sep 26th, 2016

Yahoo executives announced that Yahoo was breached by hackers and exposed information of more than 10 million of its users. This latest breach shows the fight against data breaches still continues and major industry leaders have still not implemented...

By Lawrence Lease on Sep 22nd, 2016
Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo incentives led to illegal banking practices Banking giant Wells Fargo faced another round of fines for opening accounts without customers’ permission. Wells Fargo agreed to pay nearly $200 million to the victims, the Consumer Financial...

By Lawrence Lease on Sep 14th, 2016
Pentagon

Pentagon credit cards continue to be used at strip joints Pentagon officials did not reprimand personnel, pull security clearances, or change policies after it  was discovered that employees spent more than $1 million of government money at...

epipen

EpiPen being sold on Ebay and Craigslist EpiPen sales spiked online following the recent price hike of the medical device. Packages of the medication online sell for up to $450. Sellers are attempting to fill a hole in the market which has seen...

By Lawrence Lease on Aug 28th, 2016
Edward Snowden

Edward Snowden: most damaging “whistleblower” ever Next month “Snowden” will be released in theaters which will dive into the life of Edward Snowden and focus on the decisions he made. In today’s world, many have...

By Lawrence Lease on Aug 16th, 2016
clinton body count

Clinton Body Count: Real or just another conspiracy Those in the conspiracy theorist circles are tying the “Clinton body count” to the sudden deaths of several people tied to the DNC. Some in the public including Bernie Sanders...

By Lawrence Lease on Aug 11th, 2016
DOL

The U.S. Department Labor (DOL) has changed the overtime rules for much of the American workplace, likely hurting millions of small businesses and their workers. Briefly stated, the new rules require overtime pay for employees working over 40...

Dark Act

President Obama’s DARK Act law removes transparency from Big Food Industry President Obama signed into law the “Deny Americans Right to Know Act” which allows the food industry the power to hide what GMO’s are in their...

Recently filed court documents show the makers of Tylenol planned to enlist the White House and lawmakers to block the Food and Drug Administration from imposing tough new safety restrictions on acetaminophen, the iconic painkiller’s chief...

By ProPublica on Sep 21st, 2015