- Small Town, Big Corruption August 29, 2014Inside the case of a public corruption ring in a small Texas town, where several members of the same family—all local government officials—were recently sentenced for using their positions to exact bribes and kickbacks from city and school district service providers.
- Investment Fraudster Who Targeted Medical Professionals Pleads Guilty August 26, 2014A California man admitted duping more than 75 doctors and dentists from around the country into shelling out more than two million dollars for him to “invest” in companies involved in researching and developing emerging medical technologies.
- Millions of FBI Files Digitized in Modernization Push August 22, 2014The era of sliding drawers full of aging FBI files is drawing to a close. Millions of fingerprint cards, criminal history folders, and civil identity files that once filled rows upon rows of cabinets—and expansive warehouses—have been methodically converted into ones and zeroes.
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