The Watchdog

Yes, there are certainly some smart people who accept their party's faults and work within them to make changes... and then there are the slimeballs who we see on TV every day. It seems like most millennials would prefer to run the other way from the rats.
Because the TSA is essentially fighting yesterday's war by adopting techniques to thwart methods already attempted by potential
On a related front, the National Park Service's strategic plan for its 2016 centennial calls for a billion-dollar corporate
In addition, mortgage fraud seems to be on the rise, with suspicious activity reports jumping by a third from the previous
American companies have often chafed at the rule, complaining that it hurts their ability to compete for business against
SEC Pursues Chinese Execs Over Sale Of Empty 'Mine' Not that the financial overhaul is necessarily adequate, according to
City Attorney Dennis Herrera holds the agency responsible for not enforcing pipeline safety rules and not putting pressure
The Obama administration tends to increase funding for the major regulatory agencies in its proposed 2013 budget, though
A tough interpretation of the Volcker Rule may ban such trades, Stanford University finance professor Darrell Duffie told
To get a leg up on beating those pesky prosecutors in court, the law firm's all-star team might want to read a new report
In the wake of last spring's earthquakes and tsunami in Japan, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission was fraught with infighting
Despite public pressure to improve rail safety in the wake of several tragic accidents, the railroad industry and some House
Could Wall Street Criminals Face Longer Prison Sentences? In the wake of MF Global's collapse, regulators have questioned
Stringent Rules Can't Prevent Stupidity Despite the tsunami of conservative rhetoric denouncing "burdensome" government regulations
Serageldin could not be located and it is not clear if he is involved in the pending case. Other firms that are spending
Today's Must-Reads Food Industry To White House: Don't Make Us Pay For Safety Another email that came out during the hearing
The Department of Homeland Security's plans to inspect the 100 most high-risk chemical facilities in the country by the end
* SEC enforcement director Robert Khuzami forcefully defends the agency's track record for financial-crisis-related cases
The tragic grounding of the cruise ship Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy last week, resulting in at least six deaths
Last week, Franz Gayl was given his life back. The Marine Corps veteran, who made waves in 2007 when he blamed top military officials for failing to speed the shipment of life-saving vehicles to Iraq, has spent the last few years seeing his vaunted career ripped to shreds.