Inspector General

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said last month the new bill had been delayed until 2026, frustrating those hoping it would be unveiled this year.
A Campaign Legal Center complaint outlined a "pattern of ethical misconduct" at the federal agency.
Kim Foxx's office, which dropped charges against the "Empire" actor last month, is waiting for Chicago's Inspector General to release a report.
"This is another politically driven investigation that has no merit," the interior secretary told CNN.
The Interior Department explored making the secretary's wife an official volunteer, which would have made her free travel more defendable.
FBI employees discussed their views of Trump in what they thought were private messages. Some later joined the Mueller investigation.
The former FBI director's use of a private Gmail account for FBI business was "inconsistent" with policy, the Justice Department watchdog said.
Because according to Republicans, the real scandal of Trump's Russia ties is that we're learning about them.
Abstain from Hillary. Your loyalty to Hillary cannot be questioned, but you allow the torch to be passed to a new generation by saying nothing. If you were elected as delegate BEFORE the Inspector General's Report you can say you withheld judgment until further information has become available. With a clear mind you can abstain.
The State Department issues a report -- and Rick hears echoes...
Has Paul Ryan become so disaffected with Donald Trump that he quietly changed political parties, when no one was looking? We know the Washington Post just made a typo, but still, it's fun to think about, right?
"Some information that he might find embarrassing needs to get out. Just to be fair."
A state inspector general's office could disrupt the longstanding culture of corruption.
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Legal opinion will "significantly" impair Inspector General's oversight efforts.
However, that board isn’t expected to level any punishment, The New York Times revealed in December, even though Buckley's