08.05.19

Westminster mother, daughter accused of 'largest housing fraud case in Orange County history,' DA says

The pair are accused of bilking more than $190,000 from the county.



08.05.19

Shady deals, corruption of ethics leaves us a poorer state

During the American Revolution, as our fledgling nation fought against the British, local committees in the major cities mobilized support for a government based on the will of the people.



08.05.19

Anthony Albanese says he has seen no evidence of corruption in federal politics

Labor leader says call by independent Andrew Wilkie for parliamentary inquiry into Crown casino allegations was not serious



08.05.19

Russia Probes Alleged Money Laundering By Opposition Leader Navalny

Russian investigators say they have launched a money-laundering probe against jailed opposition leader Aleksei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation, which has worked to expose Russian officials' questionable wealth.



08.02.19

German law targets money laundering in property market

Germany's government is unveiling a new law aimed at combating money laundering in the real estate sector.



08.02.19

All those Social Security phone calls are nothing but fraud, feds say

The calls are part of a "nationwide scheme" and recipients should just hang up or don't answer.



08.02.19

Corruption trial of Sudan's al-Bashir to begin on August 17

A lawyer of Sudan's deposed leader said he failed to appear in court for the first session.



08.02.19

Ukraine's anti-corruption campaign targets Klitschko and Poroshenko

Ukraine's new president swept to power by vowing to fight corruption. On the heels of Volodymyr Zelenskiy's election success, his predecessor and the high-profile mayor of Kyiv are now in the anti-graft crosshairs.



08.02.19

BNZ struggled to meet anti-money laundering laws - report

The Bank of New Zealand appears to have had difficulties in meeting laws meant to prevent money laundering and financing of terrorism, according to reports.



08.01.19

Bulgaria's anti-corruption chief resigns over apartment scandal

The head of Bulgaria's anti-corruption commission has resigned following a scandal over purchases of luxury properties at favorable prices that has already forced some senior ruling party's politicians to quit.



08.01.19

Suspended Commissioner Scott Maddox to plead guilty to some charges in public corruption case

Scott Maddox, whose long political career in Tallahassee came crashing down after his indictment on public corruption charges, will plead guilty to at least some of the counts against him next week in federal court.



08.01.19

Corruption on top of failure at the UN's Palestine agency

President Trump cut off US funding for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees last September because UNRWA is "irredeemably flawed." In fact, it's worse than he thought.



08.01.19

Korean Fat Leonard? Feds probe new US Navy corruption case in Asia

The Justice Department has filed corruption charges against the head of a Busan, Korea,-based husbanding services provider in a case with unmistakable echoes of the Fat Leonard scandal that has rocked the Navy since the investigation was revealed in 2013.



08.01.19

Investment adviser gets 20-year sentence in fraud case

A Maryland investment adviser was sentenced Wednesday to 20 years in prison for defrauding investors out of millions of dollars, some of which she spent on astrological gems, cosmetic medical procedures and religious rituals in India.



07.29.19

Local pharmacist accused of money laundering

A civil document filed in U.S. Southern District Court on Tuesday alleges that a Daniels pharmacy worker and her late husband used two government contractor businesses to scam investors of at least $2.8 million in a Ponzi scheme.



07.29.19

Brazil: Crypto Exchanges Dragged Into Major Anti-Corruption Case

Four individuals allegedly involved in hacking the cell phones of Brazil's Justice Minister Sergio Moro regularly used Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, Cointelegraph Brazil reported on July 25.



07.29.19

How an undercover FBI sting busted an alleged multimillion-dollar stock fraud

Two US businessmen made more than $15 million over five years by allegedly scamming "elderly and unsophisticated" pensioners through an elaborate pump-and-dump scheme that stretched from Florida to Switzerland to Colombia, according to the FBI and SEC.



07.29.19

Israeli woman on trial for fraud called herself a 'f-cking money-making machine'

Tens of thousands of federal student loan borrowers may be getting their monthly payments lowered by lying about their income and family size, yet the U.S. Education Department is doing little to catch them, according to a report released Thursday by a federal watchdog agency.



07.29.19

Feds find potential fraud in student loan repayment plans

Tens of thousands of federal student loan borrowers may be getting their monthly payments lowered by lying about their income and family size, yet the U.S. Education Department is doing little to catch them, according to a report released Thursday by a federal watchdog agency.



07.26.19

Why Anti-Money Laundering Should Be a Top Priority for Financial Institutions

As financial institutions build long-lasting brands, they aspire to be associated with financial success and excellent service, not arms and drug smuggling.



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