A Recent History of Fraud at the Department of Energy

A once-prestigious energy lab located near Chicago was audited by the feds and found to have reported well more than $100 million in suspicious expenses. […]

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Photo: Two male researchers, in a room filled electrical equipment, work to improve Fermilab's accelerator design, Batavia, Illinois, March, 1972. Image courtesy US Department of Energy. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)