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It was a great pleasure to discover "Woodrow Wilson And The Progressive Era" authored by Arthur S. Link. I wanted to get a more complete understanding of what "progressive" meant in the context of its historical setting. The formal definition, however,...
Associated PressMitt Romney’s four remaining challengers are keeping the spotlight on the Republican front-runner’s wealth and business dealings by pressing him to release his income tax returns. Romney says he might make them public in April. By then, he...
A Martinsburg man who never served in the military has been charged with faking an Army service record and fraudulently collecting more than $97,000 in benefits. U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld says 44-year-old Ronald Lamont Clements even claimed to have...
The one good thing to come out of the Republican presidential race of late is that now George Will no longer has to make those painful disclosures about his wife working for Rick Perry. It was getting pretty close to being a Buford T. Justice situation,...
Two Maryland men are charged in West Virginia with fraudulently obtaining more than $48,000 from a bank and using some of the money to gamble at a casino. Girard Curry, 28, of Coppa, Md., and Derran Hankins, 29, of Randallstown, Md., are scheduled to...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Banking, Randallstown, Fraud
A Reisterstown financial advisor was sentenced Friday to four years in prison followed by three years of supervised release for mail fraud in connection with defrauding clients, including a child suffering from cerebral palsy, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's...
The California Department of Insurance is investigating the business practices of Lap-Band surgery centers affiliated with the 1-800-GET-THIN advertising campaign, according to insurer Aetna Inc. The insurance giant said in a statement that it was...
One of Broward County's former politicians has almost done his prison time and will be coming home in 2012, while several local officials accused of wrongdoing are hoping juries will find them not guilty this year. Former County Commissioner Josephus...
Al Capone was a scourge of the city of Chicago. The brutal gangster controlled not only many illegal enterprises, namely beer and booze, but also influenced the legal ones through bribes and threats. It took the full weight and power of the federal...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Robin Hood, Judges, Fraud, Prosecution
Associated PressAttorneys for ex-driver Jeremy Mayfield are asking a federal appeals panel to reinstate his lawsuit against NASCAR over his suspension for failing a random drug test. A 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel in Richmond heard arguments Tuesday. ...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Prescription Drugs, Trials, Judges, Auto Racing
For more than 70 hours, billion-dollar fraudster Scott Rothstein talked and talked, answering questions for the first time under oath. He mapped out how he constructed the largest financial swindle in South Florida history, leveled damaging accusations at...
The city of Baltimore has filed suit against the wife of former mayoral candidate Otis Rolley, demanding $26,100 for months of leave that were erroneously granted her because of a computer glitch. Charline Rolley took more than 90 days of paid leave ...
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