5 things: Government workers accused of scamming for free school meals

5 things: Government workers accused of scamming for free school meals

This and more are the things you missed for the week of Aug. 10.

Each Friday I compile a list that highlights five things you probably missed in the news that week and why you should care about them.

Here’s your list for the week of Aug. 10:

1.    Five government employees charged with school lunch fraud
In a story dripping with irony, five employees of the Government Accountability Office (GAO) have been charged with illegally obtaining reduced price school lunches for their children, according to an

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