Rep. Chris Collins (R., N.Y.) announced Saturday he would suspend his campaign for re-election following his arrest and indictment on charges related to insider trading.
The former leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People chapter in Spokane, Washington, was charged on Tuesday for theft by welfare fraud and false identity verification in applying for public assistance.
Millions of taxpayer dollars appear to be going to support terrorists in the Middle East and Africa by using childcare centers as fronts, according to an investigation in Minnesota.
Elizabeth Holmes, a Clinton donor who was named a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship under former President Barack Obama, has settled with the Securities and Exchange Commission after being charged with “massive fraud” on Wednesday.
A former Virginia Democratic congressional candidate was charged with fraud on Wednesday for stealing from a government program meant to help children from low-income households.
A Long Island woman has been accused of bank fraud and laundering more than $85,000 worth of Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies to support the Islamic State.
The Senate Leadership Fund, a Republican political action committee, launched a new website on Wednesday highlighting what it calls Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp’s (N.D.) “record of hypocrisy.”
Philadelphia’s former Democratic district attorney, Seth Williams, whose tenure as the city’s first black top prosecutor was mired in corruption, was sentenced Tuesday to 60 months in prison for accepting a bribe.
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.