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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Medicaid Program Health Care Fraud

Ghost Timesheets For Work Never Performed Vincent Njong, 48, of Silver Spring, Maryland, pleaded guilty to health care fraud on Wednesday in the U.S. District...

$4 Million in False Claims Act Settlement to be Paid by Dermatology Healthcare, LLC

Dermatology Healthcare, LLC Settlement Amid Medicare Fraud Dermatology Healthcare, LLC has agreed to a $4 million settlement resolving allegations that it violated the False Claims...

Identity Thief and Virtual Bank Robber Sentenced

Wire Fraud and Identity Theft Justin Tony Walker was sentenced to seven years in federal prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and aggravated identity...

Former Junior Analyst from Major Investment Bank and NFL Player ‘Catch a Case’ of...

Strongside Linebacker Unable to Block Federal Indictment for Insider Trading Damilare Sonoiki, 27, of Beverly Hills, California, and Marvin Mychal Kendricks, 27, of Fresno, California...

Long Island Boiler Room Participants Plead Guilty in $147 Million Stock Manipulation Scheme

Selling Artificially Inflated Stock Ronald Hardy and McArthur Jean pleaded guilty in connection to a $147 million scheme to defraud investors. Hardy, who was a manager...

Medical Doctor Enters Guilty Plea For Medicare Fraud And Illegal Distribution of Opioids

Opioid Crisis and Illegal Prescriptions Missouri medical practitioner Dr. Philip Dean, 62, has pleaded guilty to two felony charges. The first charge is for illegally...

Former Brazilian Soccer Official Receives Prison Sentence for Racketeering and Corruption

Rampant Corruption  A U.S. district judge sentenced former Brazilian soccer federation president José Maria Marin to four years in prison. Marin also has to pay...

Alleged Municipal Bond ‘Flipping’ and Kickback Scheme Unraveled by SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission charged two firms and 18 individuals in a scheme to inappropriately divert new issue municipal bonds to broker-dealers at...

Merrill Lynch Settles SEC Charges for Nearly $9 Million

Wall Street behemoth Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith agreed to pay nearly $8.9 million to settle charges by the Securities and Exchange Commission....

Alleged Perpetrator of Initial Coin Offering Fraud Barred by SEC

Initial Coin Offering and Oil   The founder of a company that allegedly perpetrated a fraudulent initial coin offering to fund oil exploration and drilling...

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Obama Faults “Mommy Issues” and “Racism” for Stagnation in America

On Monday, former President Barack Obama faulted "mommy issues" and "racism" for what he views as political stagnation in America, reports The Hill. An Overview...