Not one top executive has 'flipped' against Donald Trump amid mounting evidence of financial misdeeds at The Trump Organization, sources tell Insider.
Romance scams increasingly involve crypto, as 33% of Americans say they're more likely to date someone that talks about cryptocurrencies.
A 28-year-old ex-Amazon employee was involved in a bribery scheme that aimed to leak confidential information and manipulate the Marketplace.
"Inventing Anna" dramatizes New York Magazine's report that Anna Sorokin duped a private-jet company and stopped by Buffett's secret party at the zoo.
Cryptocurrencies were increasingly used in romance scams, the Federal Trade Commission said. The median loss in such fraud totaled $9,770.
The Long Island nurses charged $220 for adults and $85 for children to get fraudulent COVID-19 vaccine cards.
The 27-year-old North Carolina man pleaded guilty to mail fraud for shipping stolen items to California, according to the US Justice Department.
Terraform Labs' luna coin fell sharply on Monday as controversy enveloped DeFi platform Wonderland, denting related tokens in the ecosystem.
"That's what you told me to say," Stormy Daniels responded when Avenatti asked about how she praised him as her lawyer.
Boris Epshteyn, a former Trump campaign adviser, told MSNBC host Ari Melber he was part of the "process to make sure there were alternate electors."
Evoking "Weekend at Bernie's," the incident occurred after a man was told the pensioner must be present to collect the money, reports said.
"I told him I had the money in the house, and I figured, he's not going to fall for that. Well, he fell for that hook, line, and sinker," the woman said.
Officials with the New York Attorney General raised a flaw in the method used to peg a course in Scotland at more than $400 million, documents show.
The Trump Organization is accused by the New York attorney general of misrepresenting property values in what she said may be fraud.
Leticia James' office says Donald Trump valued his Trump Tower apartment at $327 million based on a false claim that it was a 30,000 square foot unit— around three times its actual size.
"No one in this country can pick and choose if and how the law applies to them," tweeted New York Attorney General Letitia James on Tuesday night.
James is investigating whether Trump organization officials artificially inflated or deflated the value of properties for loan and tax purposes.
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