"… measures are still being developed. Joshua M. Paul, a former U.S. embassy officer in Iraq who is now a spokesman for the State Department bureau that overse …"
"… out the front door — and trying to get a receipt from the chief [Iraqi] officer, who was real enthusiastic about it, I can tell you.” Eventually, at th …"
"… ntegrity in 1989, after he had worked in television with ABC News and then CBS News, including producing investigative reports for the late Mike Wallace on 60 …"
"… and businessmen, estimated that between $31 billion and $61 billion of the U.S. government's spending on contractors was lost to waste and fraud. After looking at a …"
"… espond to a request for comment, but at a 2007 briefing, Defense Secretary Robert Gates acknowledged the scope of the problem. “We have destroyed several hundre …"
"… the Center declined to comment.The full study can be found here. …"
"… to justify an invasion.“I thought going into this that I would find that Congress dropped the ball,” Hampton said in an interview. “And I didn’t find …"
"… on said in an interview. “And I didn’t find that. In fact I found that Congress was pretty well involved.” Hampton points to the discrepancies between t …"
"… n pushing the war as proof that the administration had to work to convince Congress to support the Iraq War Resolution.“Congress wasn’t passive — they w …"
"… years. From 1977 to 1988 he did investigative reporting at ABC News and at CBS News's 60 Minutes. He was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship in 1998 and PEN U …"
"… ork for officials and aid workers in the Baghdad area. According to an MCI spokesperson, the Pentagon-led Coalition Provisional Authority awarded the contract to …"
"… approximately $45 million, according to the Associated Press. The company spokesperson would only say that the contract it won was for less than $20 million.The …"