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.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a warning to alert the public about a growing risk of attacks by extremists agitated about President Biden’s inauguration and “perceived grievances fueled by false narratives.”
The announcement comes after a months-long battle over former president Donald Trump's failed attempt to exclude undocumented immigrants from state population data, which is used to calculate how many House seats each state gets for the next 10 years.
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.
State officials narrowed the choices for expanding the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 to four new toll lanes for both highways. The state also has committed to building sidewalks, bike paths and trail connections, officials said.
The pitcher, who fell just short of enshrinement in this year’s voting, wants to be removed from next year's ballot because believes his political views doomed his chances. The writers’ group said that request violates rules.