FBI agents improperly received millions of dollars in overtime payments for hours spent exercising, watching movies and going to cocktail parties while serving in Iraq, a Justice Department audit concluded.FBI cocktail parties? In Iraq? WTF?
A report from Justice Department Inspector General Glenn A. Fine said the FBI allowed, even encouraged, agents to list all waking hours on their time sheets, a move that violated federal pay statutes, regulations and FBI policies. The 1,150 agents who worked in Iraq from 2003 to 2007 uniformly listed 16-hour workdays for each day of their three-month tours.
The gift of reading: Children's book ideas for Christmas - I've added some new suggestions to this mostly-recycled list of recommended books for children. As you probably know, when you click through any of the Amazo...
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