The president's longtime bank reportedly provided detailed records to the Manhattan district attorney, who is probing Trump's business practices.
Garrison Courtney falsely claimed to work for the agency and scammed companies out of more than $4.4 million.
Don't be fooled. With all the layoffs from the coronavirus pandemic, fraud is rampant.
Fraudsters are exploiting animal lovers looking for Covid companionship by selling them bogus pets, posing as vets, and asking for astronomical delivery charges.
The Paycheck Protection Program, already beset by corporations gobbling up coronavirus stimulus money intended for small businesses, faces more trouble.
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The Trump agenda: tighter standards for food benefits, looser ones for farm programs.
Fraud involving the former mayor's "Healthy Holly" books generated more than $850,000, prosecutors said.
Neal Katyal, a former Justice Department official, issued a warning to President Donald Trump after he doled out pardons and commuted sentences for friends and allies.