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Former Boeing, TSA and Federal Reserve whistleblowers share advice on how to do it right.
Tricia Newbold said 25 clearances were issued despite recommendations that the applications be denied.
"Chelsea is being tortured for whistleblowing, she should be released on bail, and we should ban extended solitary in the US,” the congresswoman tweeted.
At the Mendota prison, whistleblowers say no air conditioning during record heat and toxic mold imperiled inmates and staff.
The American whistleblower is scheduled to give a speech at the Sydney Opera House this weekend.
The whistleblower said two files about Cohen's business dealings are missing from a government database.
The Bank Whistleblowers United's third weekly lemons award is made jointly to the Federal Housing Finance Agency and Fannie Mae (with a dishonorable mention to the federal judiciary). The award goes for these entities' indifference and even hostility to whistleblowers.
Together these men have made it known throughout each of their individual careers that they cannot be bought. The truth is
The USDA is happy to hand over much of its verification authority, then turn a blind eye to the abuse that inevitably continues when they're not watching.
We cannot in good conscience fail to act now given the urgency of the problems caused by the collapse of personal accountability for Wall Street elites. Our economy and our democracy are both imperiled by that collapse and require urgent redress.
Eros International, the so-called Netflix of Bollywood, is deep in the throes of either an Enron-type accounting scandal or a vicious smear campaign by an anonymous source intent on driving its stock price down.
Last year, French peacekeepers in the Central African Republic reportedly sexually abused boys who were trying to subsist at a camp for those displaced by a brutal, ongoing conflict.
The most outrageous thing Donald Trump has said isn't about illegal Mexican immigrants being rapists or making a veiled reference to Megyn Kelly's menstrual cycle. If you're still talking about those things then the wool is still being pulled over your eyes.
The agriculture industry is not known for its transparency. But increasingly routine undercover investigations showing mistreatment of animals have inspired more public interest in how these operations run and what's really happening behind the barn doors.
We know that nonprofits make enormous contributions to society. To protect the integrity of the sector, a revision to this law is needed. In the meantime, nonetheless, I hope you will step forward if you find yourself in a situation in which unethical practices are taking place.
For more than four years -- ever since his indictment on Espionage Act charges -- the public could not hear the voice of CIA whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling. Until now.
Just as there must be accountability for Freddie Gray, there must be accountability for the crimes committed in Africa by troops sent by the UN. Neither the secretary-general nor anyone else can hide behind the veil of protocol.
As American pundits are discussing the Clinton Cash affair and worrying about possible undue foreign influence on U.S. foreign