A former manager of a bank that received millions in Troubled Asset Relief Program funds has been found guilty of bank fraud, TARP's Special Inspector General announced Friday.
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A man from Staten Island has been charged for duping investors into paying into his fake hedge fund, as well as for a variety of other securities frauds and using the money to fund a Caribbean vacation, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced Friday.
The U.S. Forest Service recently finished putting up miles of barbed wire fencing in New Mexico -- to protect the newly-endangered meadow jumping mouse.
Soon-to-be-retired Attorney General Eric Holder gave the Department of Justice gay marriage implementation team the department's top award at the Annual Attorney General's Awards Ceremony, a Wednesday press release announced.
The Department of Labor announced Tuesday it plans to spend nearly $1.4 million "to support anti-discrimination labor laws in Mexico."
An unidentified male passerby took it upon himself to defend women at a pro-life press conference Tuesday--by interrupting the woman who was speaking.
A recent study conducted by Estately found that the state with the most immature men in the United States is . . . Rhode Island.
The West Australia Opera decided to cancel its performance of Bizet's much-beloved opera Carmen over concerns that it glamorizes cigarettes and smoking, WA Today reports.
Nebraska Watchdog has uncovered training documents given to middle school teachers in Lincoln, Neb., telling them not to use "gendered expressions" and to call out "binary models of gender" when they see them.
An administrative law judge has ruled that a Kentucky printer's refusal to print gay pride T-shirts "constitutes unlawful discrimination," and, by extension, that printers cannot refuse to print materials promoting ideas they disagree with.
A recent government investigation has revealed millions wasted and fraudulent leadership rampant in a Texas public housing authority.
Mohammed Hamzah Khan, a 19-year-old U.S. citizen, was arrested Saturday for attempting to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the Department of Justice announced Monday.
While small towns and cities throughout the country are gearing up for Halloween, one city in Ohio has a different kind of municipal decor --- Planned Parenthood banners.
Former Housing and Urban Development loan specialist Brian Thompson pleaded guilty Thursday to stealing $843,000 of taxpayer money in a wire fraud scheme.
The woman who earlier this summer was charged with "corpse abuse" for improperly handling bodies at her funeral home has been found abusing something else -- government benefits.
A New Orleans non-profit that has spent over $19 million in disaster relief funds after Hurricane Katrina has only accounted for a fraction of its spending years later, a recent government audit has uncovered.
A recent government audit has uncovered that the Internal Revenue Service has been mishandling Freedom of Information Act requests, withholding information from nearly 600 requests in fiscal year 2012 alone.
Vermont's governor, Democrat Pete Shumlin, was proud to receive Planned Parenthood's endorsement last week and praised them for their "extraordinary work"-- apparently forgetting the willingness of PP clinics in his own state to cover up rape and child abuse.
A recent investigation has uncovered a shocking tale of corruption and adultery at the Department of Veterans Affairs.