Insurance Fraud By N. Korea Outlined; U.S. Power Grid Scanned for Spies; DOJ Corruption Unit in Disarray
Insurance Fraud By North Korea Outlined
The North Korean government has collected hundreds of millions of dollars from some of the world's largest insurance companies on large and suspicious claims.
Justice Department Corruption Unit in Disarray
The Justice Department unit that polices public corruption remains in chaos, coping with newly discovered evidence that threatens to undermine cases while department leaders struggle to reshuffle the ranks.
Interrogation Probe Report 'Weeks' Away
A Justice Department report focusing on possible ethics violations by Bush administration lawyers who approved waterboarding of terrorism suspects is still "a matter of weeks" from release, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. said yesterday.
Electricity Industry to Scan Grid for Spies
Wall Street Journal ($)
The electric-utility industry is planning a pilot initiative to see whether Chinese spies have infiltrated computer networks running the U.S. power grid.
Congress Examines Exclusive Wireless Contracts
Medtronic Paid Surgeon Accused Of Falsifying Study WSJ ($)
Burris Questioned by Illinois Prosecutor NYT
Study Finds Immigration Courtrooms Backlogged NYT
NRSC Paid Son of Woman in Ensign Affair Politico
Sacramento Mayor's Nonprofit Under Investigation AP
Concern Over Missing Toxins at Gov. Laboratory WaPo
Democrats Dodge Ban on Lobbyist Contributions Politico
White House Defends IG's Firing NYT
Obama to Replace Bush's Bioethics Panel NYT
By Sarah Fitzpatrick |
June 18, 2009; 9:42 AM ET
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