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The IRS says its security officers are trying to figure out how to better protect its workers from threats. Scott MacFarlane reports the agency testified before Congress Wednesday and was asked about a News4 I-Team investigation revealing more than 1,500 investigations of threats against IRS workers this year.
Earlier this month, the I-Team found D.C. does not have the power to revoke a teacher's license -- even a teacher who admits to sexual misconduct with students. Scott MacFarlane reports D.C. officials say fixes will be made but they aren't sure when.
Water bills are skyrocketing across the District by hundreds, even thousands, of dollars a month, and the News4 I-Team found it has nothing to do with how much water customers are using. Read More
A new investigation finds the federal government is not doing enough to protect its own employees from sexual harassment in the workplace. It mentions a News4 I-Team investigation that found dozens of federal employees watching an abundance of porn on the job. Scott MacFarlane has the story.
Because of officers retiring, Natural Resources Police officers can find themselves working alone, so they are getting self-defense training that could be life-saving. Scott MacFarlane reports.
More than a dozen Washington, D.C.-area police departments are operating with fewer sworn officers than they’re authorized to have on staff, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team. Read More
A News4 I-Team investigation finds D.C. teachers admit to misconduct but slip through the cracks. Read More
Members of Congress want more security and protection for some of our area's federal workers after the News4 I-Team revealed a fast rising number of threats against local employees of two major government agencies. Scott MacFarlane reports.
Threats against employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have spiked 50 percent this year, according to an investigation by the News4 I-Team. Read More
Employees of the Internal Revenue Service are the target of a fast rising number of threats and expressing concern about potential vulnerabilities outside agency headquarters in Washington, D.C. Read More
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