The Interior Department's internal watchdog says the agency wasted $455,000 after it decided to cancel a study into the health risks for people living near coal mines.



Latest News

WashingtonPost: Hurricane Willa grows to Category 5 force as it heads toward Mexican coast

WashingtonPost: Football Top 20: DeMatha, Georgetown Prep upset the rankings as turbulence continues

CNN: COPA90: Derby Days - Clasico Regiomontano

CNN: You can cut your cancer risk by eating organic, a new study says

CBS: Caravan of migrants heads toward U.S. as Trump threatens to close southern border

USA Today: Ronaldo keeps his focus, Juventus struggling to do the same

USA Today: Who's to blame for Eagles' collapse, poor season so far? Start with the coaches

USA Today: One of these 5 teams will win the Super Bowl

USA Today: Amway Coaches Poll Week 8: Ohio State isn’t for real

USA Today: Six NHLers feeling the pressure before season is three weeks old

CBS: Ex-NFL star free 18 years after plot to kill his unborn child's mother

USA Today: How Rami Malek channeled Freddie Mercury

USA Today: Ex-NFL player out of prison after 18 years for murder plot

USA Today: World's longest sea crossing bridge set to open

USA Today: Guide, 4 Americans killed rafting in Costa Rica

USA Today: Study: Not exercising worse than smoking, diabetes and heart disease

Wall Street Journal: Hurricane Willa Strengthens, Aims for Mexico's Pacific Coast

Wall Street Journal: The Army Ordered an Unvarnished History of the Iraq War---Then Let It Languish

CBC: Netflix taps bond markets for $2B US to pay for content

Daily Mail: Two endangered black rhinos mysteriously die five months after being relocated to Chad

Daily Mail: Police use pepper spray on 'drunk' passenger furious over a JetBlue flight delay

Daily Mail: Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson engagement 'was hollow'

Daily Mail: 'If they screw it up it's not MY fault': Trump preparing to blame congressional leaders for any loss

19 Related Articles from 2018-06-13