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You can't quite say it was inexcusable — there is an excuse — but the absence of controls in spending hundreds of millions of dollars of Iraqi money remains a large failure and a possible setback in the war on terrorism.
It is not unknown for government agencies to change their names. The Department of Health, Education and Welfare became the Department of Health and Human Services when Education struck out on its own.
Tom Patterson: A California physician tells of a patient who came in for a checkup. She appeared to be in good health, so he ordered a few routine tests from a page of laboratory procedures. The patient had other ideas. She demanded that every test on the menu be performed.
Gilbert launched a Twitter account, GilbertYourTown, on Tuesday to deliver information concerning town events and services.
Jenn Daniels is a spring chicken compared with the current members of the Gilbert Town Council, who are all in midlife and beyond. "I'm 29 and a half," she jokingly clarified during an interview.
Gilbert Town Council candidate Jenn Daniels answers a question during a Tribune-hosted forum at the Gilbert Town Council Chambers. Feb. 2, 2009.
Whether you’re already a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or looking to become one, three proposed changes in the rules governing CPAs could have a major influence on your career.
Government and education reform will continue to be key in the District 19 legislative race for the Arizona House of Representatives.
The Scottsdale Cultural Council’s long-awaited overhaul of its master contract with the city calls on the private, nonprofit organization to have better long-term planning and accountability for meeting the city’s art goals.
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson is suing his former accountants, claiming they withdrew $2.5 million a year from his bank accounts but did not properly pay his bills. The lawsuit by Jackson and MJJ Productions Inc. was filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court against Bernstein, Fox, Whitman, Goldman & Sloan, alleging negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.
Michael Jackson waves in Tokyo in this Sunday, May 28, 2006 file photo. Jackson is suing his former accountants, claiming they withdrew $2.5 million a year from his bank accounts but did not properly pay his bills.
"Why did you hit your husband with the skillet?" the judge asked the housewife.
WASHINGTON -An Army unit removed 250 tons of ammunition from the Al-Qaqaa weapons depot in April 2003 and later destroyed it, the company's former commander said Friday.
Andria Capps and Amy Dye are hot, and they know it.
A soldier with the 101st Airborne Division is seen examining the contents of a barrel in a bunker in the Al-Qaqaa facility in Iraq in this video footage made by Minneapolis ABC affiliate KSTP-TV on April 18, 2003.
MILWAUKEE - Every time Kathleen Hirscher receives a bill for her health insurance, the premium is higher.
They were just two sisters, one a preschool teacher and the other a college student, on their way to a late lunch Oct. 11, 2002.
NEW YORK - Though it sounds odd to praise any company mired in accounting turmoil, the decisive response by Nortel Networks in firing its chief executive is something of a good sign.
WASHINGTON - The deficit in the broadest measure of trade swelled to an all-time high of $144.9 billion in the first quarter of this year, reflecting Americans’ insatiable appetite for foreign-made goods.
Jennifer Gonzalez-Mayterone shows attorneys and jury members in Maricopa County Superior Court in Mesa how she remembers seeing former Chandler officer Daniel Lovelace standing the day he shot Dawn Rae Nelson.
The Democrats complain the press, general public and Republicans are harassing them over the Benghazi scandal. Washington tends to forget who their bosses are, we the citizens. And each and every government worker is accountable to the people who employ them, even the President and those under him/her.