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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Wyclef Reveals the Last Time He Talked to Lauryn Hill

Meek Mill Apologizes For “Amen” Single, Philly Pastor Ends Boycott

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One On One With Guy Code

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Ludacris - Jingaling (Trailer) Video

Prodigy Freestyle on Toca Tuesdays

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U.S. Treasury Employee Cited For Soliciting Prostitutes Via Craigslist

One official at the U.S. Treasury Department wanted to pay for intercourse so bad that he was willing to risk his jobs to do it. Investigators at the Treasury's Office of Inspector General (OIG) found that employees were engaged in several unethical –and possibly criminal—practices including accepting gifts from corporate executives, and looking for prostitutes on Craigslist, according to a report posted on a website created to reveal agency responses to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. The document blew the lid of a bunch of previously unreleased violations by government employees, including the “human resources specialist” in question, who had the bright idea to use his government email address to set up meetings with hookers on the website. The unidentified man also admitted to viewing erotic websites every week, and used his company credit card to pay for hotels where he'd fulfill his needs. After working 36 years of employment, the man stepped down from his position in 2010. Elsewhere in the report, another associate was found to have exhibited “notoriously disgraceful conduct” for taking part in “absent aggravating circumstances such as underage prostitutes or human trafficking,” but escaped consequences, after the U.S. Attorney Office for the District of Columbia opted not to prosecute the individual. The unidentified party also “retired” from their government gig. Other incidents that were never prosecuted included employees accepting golf fees, free meals, and a limousine ride from banking executives. In wake of the scandal, officials are doing damage control. “Treasury has a strong ethics policy that we expect all of our employees to follow, and the overwhelming majority of them do,” said a spokesman for the Treasury. “As with any large organization, issues of misconduct occasionally arise. When that happens at Treasury, we act promptly and decisively to address them. The OIG moved aggressively to investigate the isolated instances of misconduct referenced in these documents, most of which were brought to the OIG's attention by bureau management.”

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