Officials overseeing the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, an arm of the federal health department, used millions of dollars from the fund to pay for unrelated salaries, administrative expenses and even removing office furniture, according to an inspector general investigation of a whistleblower complaint.
One in 7 adults say their households don't have enough to eat — a persistent crisis made worse by the pandemic. The Post went to four states to spend time with people living with hunger and the people trying to help.
President Biden will make the needs of low-income Americans and communities of color the focus of his plan Wednesday, according to two individuals briefed on it, making environmental justice a top priority for the first time in a generation.
A bungled sign-up form left seniors in tears, their appointments canceled. The group switched to a for-profit model without publicizing it. One volunteer alleged that the 22-year-old CEO had pocketed vaccine doses, and another described a “free-for-all” where unsupervised 18- and 19-year-olds vaccinated one another and posed for photos.
Following a string of injuries, the loss of a projected starter to the NBA draft and a recent bout with the coronavirus that has prompted the program to pause basketball activities, not much has gone right for the Bisons.