Rep. Corrine Brown (D., Fla.) is seeking donations to her legal defense fund after being hit with criminal charges, claiming in her plea for cash that she has been targeted due to her efforts to fight racism in Washington.
A former Democratic congressman has registered to lobby for Medicare payments on behalf of a hospital that paid $3 million to settle Medicare fraud allegations.
LIVONIA, Mich.—Tucked into an office park is a man who could save taxpayers billions—if the government wanted him to.
Chris Mucke is a recovery audit contractor—a bounty hunter, some would call him—tasked with clawing back improper spending in the prescription drug program for older Americans.
The Defense Criminal Investigative Services has launched an investigation into an insurance scam where clinics offered people in the U.S. military a 50$ Walmart gift-card for samples of their urine and DNA.
The Social Security Administration puts millions of Americans at risk for identity theft by putting their full Social Security Numbers on letters sent in the mail.
Eric C. Conn, a flashy Kentucky lawyer who called himself “Mr. Social Security,” was arrested for his alleged role in a $600 million federal disability fraud scheme, according to an indictment that was unsealed Tuesday.
The University of Washington used federal grant funding to buy thousands of dollars worth of custom embroidered Snuggies.
A South Carolina man was convicted of “one of the largest” disability fraud cases in Veterans Affairs history after he was caught riding a motorcycle and going jet skiing while pretending to be wheelchair-bound.
Chicago Public School employees engaged in improper political activity, stole kids’ museum passes to sell online, smoked marijuana with students, and stole money meant for cheerleader uniforms, according to a year-long review.
Taxpayers were billed $27 million for thousands of power wheelchairs that were not medically necessary for their users.