Watchdog Files Complaint Over Travel Spending By Rep. Aaron SchockThe Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington is urging Congress to investigate claims the Illinois Republican used taxpayer and campaign funds for private travel.
McAuliffe Vetoes Money For Ethics PanelGov. Terry McAuliffe is vetoing money for a newly created ethics advisory commission.
Exam Cheating Scandal Hits Navy Nuclear ForceThe Navy is investigating cheating allegations against about one-fifth of its trainers at a school for naval nuclear power reactor operators.
No Ethics Case for Members Arrested During ProtestThe House Ethics Committee won't investigate eight House members arrested during an immigration protest near the Capitol earlier this month.
Study: Cheaters Do Prosper, As Long As No One Gets HurtPeople who get away with cheating feel good about themselves, not remorseful, as long as they believe no one is hurt by their dishonesty.
D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans Under Ethics InquiryA D.C. councilmember and mayoral candidate's role in turning over a city-owned alley to George Washington University against community leaders' wishes is the subject of a preliminary inquiry by the city's ethics board.
Cuccinelli Presses McDonnell for Ethics SessionRepublican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli finds himself at odds with two of the state's most powerful Republican leaders who are rejecting his call for a special legislative session this fall to overhaul Virginia's porous ethics laws.
Barry Censured, Fined Over Gifts From ContractorsD.C. Councilmember Marion Barry has been censured by the city's ethics board and fined $13,600 for accepting cash gifts from two city contractors.
Marion Barry Received Gifts From 2 D.C. Contractors D.C. Councilmember Marion Barry has reported receiving thousands of dollars in gifts from two city contractors in what may be a violation of the council's ethics rules.
In Bloomberg Uproar, Ethics Flags For New Media Launching his namesake company's news division in the 1990s, Michael Bloomberg largely rejected long-held rules of the journalism trade that insist on keeping thick firewalls between reporters and the profit-making workings of their companies.

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