Former Fugees star Pras Michel has been charged with illegally funneling large foreign donations to a major U.S. presidential campaign in 2012.
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Barack Obama's 'scandal-free presidency is in jeopardy following the indictment of his former White House counsel Gregory Craig on Thursday.
3 women who operated convenience stores in Los Angeles County, California are charged with a $6 million food stamp scam, NBC reports.
A homeless veteran and a woman behind a massive GoFundMe scam that raked in over $400,000 pleaded guilty Wednesday in New Jersey federal court.
President Donald Trump's former consigliere Michael Cohen confirmed a bombshell WSJ report that he paid a tech firm $50,000 to rig online polls in his boss's favor prior to the 2016 presidential elections.
Six Howard University financial aid employees were terminated in 2017 for embezzling $1 million in grant funds and tuition remission. An internal investigation determined that the six employees stole university-based grants, the school president said on Wednesday.
The Wells Fargo executive in charge of the unit that created 1.5 million fake bank accounts will walk away with $125 million when she retires.
Carrie Tolstedt, 54, was head of Wells Fargo's Community Banking division for 8 years.
The FBI has enough evidence on Hillary Clinton to charge her with a plethora of white collar federal offenses.
PJ Media -- Washington insiders say that the evidence in the FBI's investigation into Clinton's "unique email arrangement" has reached "critical mass." The American Spectator's R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. joins former prosecutor Joe DiGenova in predicting that a decision to indict is coming soon.
The charges will consist of some of the following:
1. Improper disclosure or retention of classified information
2. Destruction of government records
3. Lying to federal agents
4. Lying under oath
5. Obstruction of justice
And that's not all…
Nene Leakes' oldest son Bryson Bryant was arrested again. This time for check forgery.
According to Radar Online, convicted white collar criminal Apollo Nida has become withdrawn and depressed inside his 6x9 foot prison cell at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky, where he is serving 8 years for bank fraud and identity theft.