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.
The attorney for former Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown (Fla.) named three members of Congress, all fellow Democrats, as potential defense witnesses for Brown’s upcoming fraud trial.
A Kentucky lawyer involved in a half-a-billion-dollar Social Security disability fraud scheme has pleaded guilty.
The chief of staff to former Rep. Corrine Brown (D., Fla.) has pleaded guilty to fraud after being indicted for using charitable funds to benefit himself.
The Internal Revenue Service does not notify taxpayers if their child’s identity was stolen to commit fraud, according to an audit from the Government Accountability Office.
Dead retailers redeemed more than $2 billion worth of food stamps, according to a new audit.
Identity thieves used the Social Security numbers of hundreds of dead individuals to earn nearly $30 million, according to a federal watchdog.
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.