The Social Security Administration gave $1.3 million in benefits to criminals, including individuals who had already defrauded the government, according to a new audit.
Former Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown (Fla.) is back in court Monday trying to overturn her conviction on charges of fraud and tax evasion connected to a sham charity.
The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced a new program to combat opioid-related health care fraud that contributes to the ongoing opioid crisis.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development spent over $500,000 on apartments for people who “did not exist,” according to the agency’s inspector general.
The Department of Justice on Thursday announced charges against 412 people in the largest combined health care fraud bust in the department’s history.
Eric C. Conn, a Kentucky lawyer who pled guilty to defrauding taxpayers out of $550 million, is on the run, fleeing justice one month before his sentencing.
Three Nigerians were convicted in a U.S. district court this week for carrying out an elaborate fraud scheme that spanned at least 16 years, the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
The state of Florida made $70.3 million in Medicaid payments to providers who had fraud allegations against them, according to an audit from the inspector general.
Scammers posing as government agents are using a Department of Homeland Security phone line to steal personal information from Americans across the U.S., the agency announced in a fraud alert released Wednesday.