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After Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick offered a cash reward for anyone with evidence of voter fraud, one Democrat from Pennsylvania collected a bounty for reporting a Republican who voted twice.
The once-powerful South Carolina lawyer's precipitous fall from grace continues.
Once hailed as a billionaire on paper, the Theranos founder now faces up to 20 years if convicted of the felony charges.
The Fox News star said "decent, law-abiding Americans" are buying fraudulent COVID-19 vaccination cards.
The homeopathic doctor allegedly gave patients fake vaccination cards with a Moderna lot number listed on them.
“This lawsuit is the result of meritless claims and the Big Lie," the Fulton County commission chair said.
According to The New York Times, failed ex-President Donald Trump has been telling people that he’ll be back in office come August.
A global activist organization is seeking to force Donald Trump to explain how he paid cash for his Scottish golf resorts.
Mark Grenon of Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Florida and his sons are accused of peddling the dangerous "Miracle Mineral Solution."
Banks have placed some of the ex-president's buildings on debt watch lists.
The Supreme Court delivered a major blow to former President Donald Trump’s legal fight to keep his tax returns hidden.
Weeks before he’s gone, President Donald Trump has issued a slew of controversial pardons.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she won't protect "the soon-to-be former president of the United States" if wrongdoing is found.
During a press conference, Secretary Mike Pompeo said there would be a “smooth transition to a second Trump administration” and did not mention President-elect Joe Biden.
The right-wing radio host wants Trump to send out a "vote count czar" to investigate.
Some GOP officials called out the president for baselessly alleging voter fraud in the 2020 election. Others went all-in on his inflammatory rhetoric.
Republican claims about 2020 election "fraud" serve the party's long-term interests.
The Small Business Administration "lowered its guardrails," significantly increasing the risk of fraud, the agency's internal watchdog found.
An ex-Watergate prosecutor told CNN he thinks President Donald Trump could go to prison for tax evasion based on an explosive New York Times report about Trump’s taxes.
The president's longtime bank reportedly provided detailed records to the Manhattan district attorney, who is probing Trump's business practices.