Iraqi Jobs Program Suspended Amid Scrutiny; Secrets of CIA 'Ghost Flights' to be Revealed; Infectious Diseases Study Site Questioned
Iraqi Jobs Program Suspended Amid Scrutiny USA Today
The top U.S. aid agency has suspended a $644 million Iraq jobs program after two outside reviews raised concerns about misspending, including an inspector general's audit that found evidence of phantom jobs and money siphoned to insurgents
Secrets of CIA 'Ghost Flights' to be Revealed Guardian
Confidential documents showing the flight plans of a CIA "ghost plane" allegedly used to transfer a British resident to secret interrogation sites around the world are to be made public. The move comes after a Sussex-based company accused of involvement in extraordinary rendition dropped its opposition to a case against it being heard in court.
Infectious Diseases Study Site Questioned Washington Post
The Department of Homeland Security relied on a rushed, flawed study to justify its decision to locate a $700 million research facility for highly infectious pathogens in a tornado-prone section of Kansas, according to a government report.
US on Verge of Closing Anthrax Probe After 8 Years AP
A year after government scientist Bruce Ivins killed himself while under investigation for the lethal anthrax letters of 2001, the Justice Department is on the verge of closing the long, costly and vexing case.
U.S. Admits it Has No Case Against Teen Held at Gitmo McClatchy
Report Criticizes FEMA Response on Trailers AP
Energy Firms Help Pay for State Regulators' Trips Sacramento Bee
92 Patients at Philly VA Center Got Incorrect Radiation Philadelphia Inquirer
'Most Wanted' Iraqi Official Details Abuse in U.S. Captivity HuffFund
Amid Scrutiny, Yoo Rebuts Critics of Detainee Memos WaPo
Loose Reins on Nurses in Drug Abuse Program ProPublica
White House Eases Stimulus Lobbyist Restrictions The Hill
Drug Firms Pour $40 Million Into Health Care Debate NPR
9/11 Commission Members Lobby Congress CNN
Kuwaiti Trader Who Faced SEC Charges Is Found Dead WSJ($)
Arson Investigators Probe Airliner Fire WSJ($)
Blagojevich Pal to Pay More Than $200,000 AP
By Sarah Fitzpatrick |
July 27, 2009; 10:20 AM ET
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