Two former VA employees pleaded guilty to a $2.9 million purchase scheme they conducted using fictitious companies and purchase orders.
A Treasury Department employee who accessed agency personnel data to try to find support for a claim against the agency found himself in trouble.
Five current or former IRS employees have been charged with defrauding COVID-19 relief programs to use funds for things like luxury cars, clothes, and trips to Vegas.
The Justice Department has issued a legal opinion making its case for why it believes that the VA can legally provide abortion services even when they contradict state laws.
A Michigan man is heading to prison after he lied to VA employees about his physical condition and used a wheelchair as a prop to fraudulently obtain benefits.
A federal employee at the VA Medical Center has been indicted on charges of distributing explicit content involving children over the agency’s public WiFi network.
A scam targeting TSP investors nearing retirement by convincing them to sell their TSP funds and purchase high-cost variable annuities has come to an end.
A bodybuilder is going to prison after posting his strenuous workouts on social media despite claiming he was disabled to get VA benefits.
A Defense Department employee who refused to go into the office and refused to telework was removed for Absence Without Leave (AWOL).
A District Court judge has issued a restraining order against the Air force from taking action against a class of people refusing to take the COVID vaccination.