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In this March 24, 2019 photo, The White House is seen behind security barriers in Washington. A White House official turned whistleblower says dozens of people in President Donald Trump's administration were granted access to classified information despite "disqualifying issues" in their backgrounds including concerns about foreign influence, drug use and criminal conduct. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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Whistleblower Protections Key Tool To Investigators Probing Waste And Abuse Of Power

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The safety director at Grand Canyon National Park says people may have been exposed to radiation from three buckets of uranium ore that sat for years in a museum collection building. Whether the amount of exposure was unsafe has not been determined. Rhona Wise/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A new interim report from the House Oversight Committee details Trump administration officials' efforts to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, pictured here, visited the U.S. in March 2017. Andrew Cabellero-Reynolds/AP hide caption

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Trump Officials Tried To Rush Nuclear Technology To Saudis, House Panel Finds

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Employees at the Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System in Montgomery, Ala., say they face retaliation when reporting mismanagement or abuse. Eric Westervelt/NPR hide caption

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For VA Whistleblowers, A Culture Of Fear And Retaliation

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Beyond A Failed Nominee: Whistleblower Retaliation Another Problem At The VA

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A whistleblower lawsuit alleged that two Florida insurance plans inflated fees by making patients appear sicker than they were. Getty Images hide caption

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OSHA says a manager's report of suspected fraudulent activity was at least partly responsible for his firing. Here, pedestrians pass in front of a Wells Fargo bank branch in New York earlier this year. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Employees say Bank of America encouraged them to lie and falsify records to push more accounts into foreclosure. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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