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CIA Committed Fraud, Judge Writes in Ruling; U.S. Criticized on TARP Spending Transparency; Industry Cash Flowed to Drafters of Reform

POSTED: 09:49 AM ET, 07/21/2009 by Sarah Fitzpatrick

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CIA Committed Fraud, Judge Writes in Ruling Washington Post
A federal judge has ruled that government officials committed fraud while defending a lawsuit brought by a former DEA agent who accused a CIA operative of illegally bugging his home.

U.S. Criticized on TARP Spending Transparency USA Today
American taxpayers could end up spending as much as $23.7 trillion in bailing out the financial system, but the U.S. government isn't disclosing with enough transparency how the money is being spent nor how the investment is performing.

Industry Cash Flowed to Drafters of Reform Washington Post
As his committee has taken center stage in the battle over health-care reform, Chairman Baucus (D-Mont.) has emerged as a leading recipient of Senate campaign contributions from the hospitals, insurers and other medical interest groups hoping to shape the legislation to their advantage.

Reports on U.S. Detention Policy Delayed Washington Post
The Obama administration is delaying completion of reports examining U.S. detention and interrogation policy, officials said Monday, in a sign of the formidable issues it faces in grappling with how to handle terrorism suspects as it prepares to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay.

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By Sarah Fitzpatrick |  July 21, 2009; 9:49 AM ET The Daily Read
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