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Black lung inquiry sought
IMPACT: Two congressmen called on the Labor Department's IG to investigate whether miners have been wrongfully denied benefits.
Black lung reform push
IMPACT: Citing a Center-ABC investigation, U.S. senators are leading an effort to reform the nation's black lung benefits system.
Hopkins suspends program
IMPACT: Following a Center-ABC investigation, Johns Hopkins announced Friday it was suspending its black lung program, pending a review.
Coal's doctors of choice
A surprising force has helped industry defeat black lung benefits claims for ailing miners: Johns Hopkins University.
Energy bonuses under fire
The DOE financed green energy companies that later fell into bankruptcy — but not before the firms awarded big executive bonuses
DOE needs a chief risk officer
In light of loans to companies like Solyndra, DOE needs better risk management of companies receving loans
Green car company stumbles
Electric car maker Fisker lays off workers, while asking the federal government for continued support
Chu: no influence on Solyndra
Energy Secretary Steven Chu tells Congress he is surprised and dismayed by suggestions of undue influence behind Solyndra loan
Emails show election concerns
Energy Department pressed Solyndra to delay layoffs until after pivotal 2010 election
Solyndra and the West Wing
Former Obama campaign staffer considered Chu 'too associated' with Silicon Valley business elite
Emails from Obama bundler George Kaiser show he contemplated pulling government's strings to save solar firm
Panel OKs White House subpoena
A House committee voted Thursday along party lines to subpoena President Obama's inner circle for Solyndra correspondence
GOP broadens green loan attack
Representative calls for further investigation into Energy Dept. loans to electric car companies
Solyndra comparison denied
Both Obama Administration and Finnish car company distance themselves from comparison to failed energy project Solyndra
Another Energy boondoggle?
Two politically connected firms get $1 billion in federal loans to build electric cars
Solar scandal continues
Officials say DOE was warned about refinancing of loan to solar firm Solyndra
Solyndra CEO resigns
House hearing will investigate DOE's refinancing of Solyndra loan
Bundler on the inside
With White House "breathing down my neck," bundler-turned-appointee pushed Solyndra loan
Energy official quits
Venture capitalist-turned-chief of embattled energy loan program resigns amid Solyndra fallout.
Solyndra 'could haunt' Obama
Venture capitalist's email illustrates closeness between administration and campaign bundlers
Solyndra execs remain quiet
Top officers at failed solar firm Solyndra refuse to co-operate with bankruptcy proceedings
Bundlers on the inside
Top Obama fundraisers at Energy Department included an overseer of stimulus billions.
Officials from failed solar firm Solyndra duck questions about $535M loan
Solyndra's distorted finances
A status report of solar firm's finances assured Congress a
Top solar firm executives will plead the Fifth before Congress this week
Obama warned of Solyndra
White House analysts knew the $535M loan to Solyndra might have bad consequences, and told President Obama about it
Solyndra's burnout foreseen
White House committed half-billion dollars days after government insiders warned solar firm would 'run out of cash'
Treasury investigates Solyndra
Inspector general to examine Federal Financing Bank's handling of taxpayer-backed loan
White House's Solyndra emails
Top officials pushed for half-billion-dollar loan to troubled startup
Solyndra investigation widens
CEO and failed firm's founders questioned by agents on day of raid. Now Democrats are asking questions