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‘Real Housewives’ husband ‘Juicy’ Joe Giudice may soon be deported to Italy

Joe Giudice, the husband of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice may soon be deported back to Italy.
Mamie Walker, of Tampa, Florida.

An 84-year-old woman who never attended college says the government cut off her social security over $224,414 in student loan bills

Mamie Walker, of Florida, received a letter from the Treasury Department saying she owed $224,414.50 in student loans, despite never going to college.

16 books about the biggest business scams of our time — including Enron, Bernie Madoff, and Theranos

From finance to cars to sports, these books paint a picture of how business scams are built, how they crash, and how all the players are affected.
David and Connie Reiter

A church administrator and his wife allegedly stole $1.2 million from their congregation to pay for trips to Disney World and Pittsburgh Pirates games...

Police allege that David Reiter and his wife, Connie, stole $1.2 million from Westminster Presbyterian Church in Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania.

A former West Virginia official who was ousted after calling Michelle Obama an ‘ape in heels’ admitted to defrauding FEMA out of $18,000

Pamela Taylor, 57, admitted to falsely registering for over $18,000 in FEMA benefits after floods hit Clay County, West Virginia, in June 2016.
A screenshot of the website for the fake university. The site has been taken down.

Emails show how ICE reportedly set up a fake university to enroll hundreds of foreign students as part of a sting operation

Emails obtained by The Detroit Free Press reveal how the fake University of Farmington portrayed itself to prospective students.

A Florida company must pay $1 billion for defrauding thousands of elderly people in a Ponzi scheme

The SEC said the company, formerly headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, had promised to pay these investors interest of 5-10% annually.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook.

Internal docs show Facebook let minors unwittingly rack up thousands of dollars in charges through ‘friendly fraud’

135 unsealed internal documents showed Facebook employees were encouraged not to block cases of 'friendly fraud.'

10 warning signs a job offer is too good to be true, according to career experts

Here, two career experts walk through 10 potential warning signs that a dream job offer is too good to be true.

An investment banker’s husband accused of eavesdropping on her discussing a $2.6 billion M&A deal was charged with insider trading by the S...

A manager at an accounting firm is paying more than $500,000 to the SEC to settle charges that he traded on information he overheard from his fiancée.