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The New York Times: Scandals and Investigations, but Few Arrests, for Air Marshals Program

May 07, 2018

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WASHINGTON — It is supposed to be a last line of defense against a Sept. 11-style attack on the United States. But a federal program that puts armed undercover guards on commercial airliners is in such disarray that it does little to deter terrorists, many of its employees say, and is being investigated by Congress.

Inside OSHA Online: Rare Whistleblower Win Highlights Watchdog Push To Bolster OSHA Powers

April 09, 2018

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OSHA has ordered a Boston based flight company to reinstate a pilot who was terminated after reporting violations of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules but who was protected under federal whistleblower laws, a “highly rare exception” according to government watchdog groups who are seeking to strengthen the agency's authorities.

CNN: Grassley blocks top spy lawyer's confirmation over whistleblower rights concerns

March 21, 2018

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Washington (CNN)Last week, quietly and without fanfare, Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley blocked President Donald Trump's nominee to be the intelligence community's top lawyer, the General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Jason Klitenic...


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