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The Hill

The FBI searched the Viginia home of Rep. John Doolittle(R-CA) last Friday in its investigation into ties between the congressman and his wife, Julie, and disgraced former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, according to law enforcement

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Whistleblowers.org

Not so sure why SAIC would need a contract for a volunteer. This contract names Riza and two others as Subject Matter Experts and the total contract is for $235,000. It's for Time and Materials(with the government providing transport)

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By ERICA WERNER Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON — FBI agents have searched the home of Republican Rep. John Doolittle, who is under scrutiny over his ties to convicted GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff, Doolittle's attorney said Wednesday.

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AP

The sport utility vehicle carrying Gov. Jon S. Corzine to meet Imus and Rutgers Girls BB team was traveling about 91 mph moments before it crashed. He was not wearing his seat belt as he rode in the front passenger's seat.

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Arizona Republic

Maricopa Co. Sheriff Joe Arpaio confirmed they are investigating whether a payment made from the state Treasurer's Office to the state Attorney General's Office for legal fees influenced the prosecution of former state Treasurer David Peterse

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North County Times(San Diego)

An alleged co-conspirator in the sordid bribery tale of Randy Cunningham remains an enigmatic yet key figure in what federal officials have said is the single-largest case of congressional corruption in US history. The alleged co-conspirator, New Yor

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AP

Iraq's top corruption fighter said Wednesday that $8 billion in government money was wasted or stolen over the past three years and claimed he was threatened with death after opening an investigation into scors of Oil Ministry employees.

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NewsMax

Government watchdog groups want more answers as to why Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, stepped down from a military appropriations subcommittee at a time questions were being asked billions of dollars in federal defense contracts going to her husband

News Link • Global Reported By Thomas Costanzo
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USA Today

Every year, the federal government pours hundreds of thousands of dollars into the area, restoring oil rigs for tourists to see, building tourist motels in the shape of railroad cars, and you see that investment in the quality of bike trails that rec

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Frank Eltman - Associated Press

Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota contended the officers "acted as thugs in police uniforms" and emphasized that the indictments represent the first phase of a widespread investigation into criminal activity by police in Ocean B

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USA Today

Airport checkpoints create lines, pat-downs and occasional headaches for travelers. But now they're going to make something new. Money. TSA will allow companies to sell ads inside plastic bins whose sole purpose has been to move passengers' s

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Washington City Paper

Gotwalt was never subject to a criminal proceeding. He was never even arrested. Fairfax County police refused to even tell Cornejo's family or attorneys the name of the killer until nearly a year after the shooting, despite several pleas and Free

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The Guardian

The Baghdad government has caved in to a damaging plan that will enrich western companies. The recent cabinet agreement in Baghdad on the new draft oil law was hailed as a landmark deal bringing together the warring factions in the allocation of the

News Link • Global Reported By Thomas Costanzo
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thenewspaper.com

After seven days, the city will place a lien on the car owner's home for the amount of the ticket plus late fees, attorney fees and an extra $15 fine. The fees quickly turn a $5 ticket into a debt worth several hundred dollars with no independent

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