Police are searching for a man who allegedly stole money from the Country Women's Association at the Royal Adelaide Show.
A Baltimore man was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for submitting more than $660,000 in fraudulent loan applications under the CARES Act, federal legislation aiming to provide relief during the coronavirus pandemic, according to federal authorities investigating fraud related to the program.
This week, the DOJ charged 47 people for running a $250 million hunger program fraud scheme in Minnesota during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Las Vegas man is facing a federal charge in connection with an alleged PPP loan scam where he posed as a barber.
Ron DeSantis paid for the Martha's Vineyard migrant relocation stunt through interest earned on American Rescue Plan money, which he's said was designed "to bail out the poorly governed states.”
SHERMAN, Texas – A Leander man has been sentenced to 48 years in federal prison for fraud and money laundering violations in the Eastern District of
A federal watchdog estimates that fraudsters stole $45.6 billion in unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic. The historic level of fraud is triple the amount that the U.S. government previously estimated. Some of the scam artists exploited dead people to file illegitimate unemployment claims, while others were fraud schemes carried out by street gangs. In June 2021, the inspector general for the U.S. Labor Department "identified more than $16 billion in potentially fraudulent...
Manchester City defender Manuel Akanji joined Pep Guardiola’s side earlier this summer but by the Swiss star’s own remarks, his younger self would have been keen on joining the other side of Manchester.Akanji joined Borussia Dortmund in 2018 and quickly emerged as one of Europe’s most promising prospects but he has struggled with injuries in […]
GREAT FALLS — A Browning man suspected of beating another man in the head on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation admitted to an assault charge today, U.S.
Jordan Mack said he was so short of money he stole goods worth £635 'to keep body and soul together'
A 26-year-old Quinton O'Bryan Adaway admitted Thursday, Sept. 22 to providing the fentanyl that killed a man and then hiding the body in his backyard.