A Mexican Governor Crisscrossed The Country Asking The President To Fight Corruption
In an attempt to pressure the federal government to extradite his predecessor — and to get about $41.5 million he said was promised to him — Javier Corral led an unprecedented caravan across Mexico just five months before a presidential election.
Le scandale politique le plus bizarre de 2016 a lieu en Corée du Sud
Le scandale politique du moment à Séoul est d'une bizarrerie presque imbattable: on y trouve une conspiration de fées, un homme qui se fait appeler le «futur bouddha», des chevaux dansants et des millions de dollars détournés par népotisme.
Ghost Students, Ghost Teachers, Ghost Schools
The United States trumpets education as one of its shining successes of the war in Afghanistan. But a BuzzFeed News investigation reveals U.S. claims were often outright lies, as the government peddled numbers it knew to be false and touted schools that have never seen a single student.
Former L.A. Sheriff Officials Accused Of Obstructing Corruption Investigation
Former Undersheriff Paul Tanaka and former Captain William "Tom" Carey, who used to head internal investigations, surrendered Thursday after being indicted on charges of obstructing an FBI investigation into the abuses inside L.A. County jails.
Two San Francisco Police Officers Resign, Six More Face Firing Over Racist Texts
San Francisco's police chief is expected to recommend that six of the 14 officers allegedly involved in the communications be fired. Meanwhile, three judges will review thousands of cases handled by the officers to determine if bias played a factor.