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Entries by The Center for Public Integrity from 05/2011

During Mitch Daniels' Decade at Eli Lilly, the Drug Giant Paid Billions in Fines and Settled Thousands of Lawsuits

| Posted 05.09.2011 | Business

Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, a potential Republican presidential candidate respected for his fiscal prudence, credits his success in government to the business skills he learned as a pharmaceutical executive.

Romney Corrals Hundreds of Fundraisers to Dial-For-Dollars From Las Vegas

| Posted 05.10.2011 | Politics

By Peter Stone In the wee hours next Monday in Las Vegas, when many Sin City visitors are still sound asleep or just going to bed, an army of top fun...

A More Likely Nuclear Nightmare

| Posted 05.11.2011 | Green

By Susan Q. Stranahan The safety plan for any nuclear power plant reads like a doomsday book. Earthquakes, floods, airplane crashes, mass evacuations...

Could Rupture of Aging Pipeline Ignite Nuclear Plant's Control Room?

| Posted 05.11.2011 | Green

At the Indian Point nuclear power plant just north of New York City, anxieties often center on the potential consequences of a radiation release so close to so many people.

After decades, preventable fire hazards persist at Alabama reactor

| Posted 05.12.2011 | Green

By Susan Q. Stranahan Thirty-six years after federal overseers of safety at nuclear plants first recognized the serious risks of fires - when a candl...

Autopsies Of Massey Miners Reveal Black Lung

| Posted 05.19.2011 | Green

Excluded groups want in on health information technology funding

| Posted 05.24.2011 | Business

By Kimberly Leonard Providers frozen out of a $27 billion federal fund for conversion of medical records to electronic form are now fighting back in ...

Limousine Liberals? Number of Government-Owned Limos Has Soared Under Obama

| Posted 05.31.2011 | Politics

By Joe Eaton, iWatch News reporter Limousines, the very symbol of wealth and excess, are usually the domain of corporate executives and the ric...