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The U.S. government has charged 80 people in connection with a massive, international cyber fraud ring.
President Donald Trump now says that Google is the reason he lost the popular vote in the 2016 presidential election.
The ACLU, as well as state and local governments that fought the census question, has asked a judge to punish Trump officials for "a fraud on the court."
A subcontractor in Portland, Oregon, admitted to knowingly lying about the quality of its material for nearly two decades.
Fake heiress Anna Sorokin, also known as Anna Delvey, has joined a long list of famous scammers.
Kate McClure faces four years in prison for her role in a scheme that bilked kindhearted donors.
Johnny Bobbitt, who admitted to tricking people into donating $400,000, will also enter a drug treatment program.
Julie Foh speculates Holmes, who's under indictment, seeks respect by lowering her voice.
Judge T. S. Ellis III was slammed for giving the former Trump campaign manager such a light sentence.
A new investigation finds that one-fifth of U.S. seafood tested is mislabeled.
Prosecutors say the suspects hatched a scheme to steal money meant to help homeless Minnesotans find housing.
Cohen has been sentenced for committing campaign finance violations that he claims was at the direction of Trump.
Torrential rain is making life even harder for California’s tent city residents who lost their homes in the Camp Fire.
Nothing kills the holiday spirit like getting conned out of your hard-earned money. Here’s what to look out for to protect yourself from fraud.
Nothing kills the holiday spirit like getting conned out of your hard-earned money. Here’s what to look out for to protect yourself from fraud.
The Trump-backed investment "opportunities" were instead "a pattern of racketeering activity."
Unlicensed "minister" James Stern married Ashley Veilleux and David Mellen last month, then allegedly stole from their bridesmaids.
A judge dubbed the 26-year-old a "serial fraudster" for scams that cost investors and ticket-holders millions.
Four of the judges, accused of misusing nearly $4 million, face impeachment. One justice has already resigned.