The Cook County attorney's office has dropped over 150 DUI cases in which indicted Chicago cop John Haleas was the arresting officer. Haleas, 37, faces felony charges of perjury, official misconduct and obstruction of justice for allegedly lying
Samsung's chairman is charged with tax evasion POLICE in riot gear took up station in front of South Korea's prosecutors' offices on the evening of Thursday April 17th to quell demonstrations. Normally an angry public calling for accounta
The Defense Dept. has spent billions to fix its antiquated financial systems. So why does the Pentagon still have no idea where its money goes? On a winter afternoon in Indianpolis, Jessica Hilligoss, a young Defense Dept worker
You knew that Cato had a covert agenda aimed at selling us into serfdom. But you may have missed what happened on the way to privatizing America. The Troll of the Roads, Bob Poole is coining money on the program that includes the Real ID, the NAU,
Federal employees charged millions of dollars for Internet dating, tailor-made suits, lingerie, lavish dinners and other questionable expenses to their government credit cards over a 15-month period, congressional auditors say. [What's new?]
Members of the U.S.Congress have as much as $196 million (€126.2 million) collectively invested in companies doing business with the Defense Department, earning millions since the start of the Iraq war, according to a new study by a nonpartisan resea
Nearly one million special government license plates have been issued in the state of California giving law enforcement, judges, district attorneys, politicians and their friends immunity from photo ticketing and tolls.
A newly surfaced memo from banking giant JPMorgan Chase provides a rare glimpse into what fueled the mortgage crisis. It is a primer on how to get risky mortgage loans approved by Chase's in-house automated loan underwriting system.
[Use the supplied link to read the referred article for yourself.] Don’t miss Cybercast New’s great piece detailing the unjust prosecution of the Oklahoma 3. The in-depth article is entitled, “Tax-Control Advocates May Go to Jail in Oklahoma."
...key culprits: the CEOs who misrepresented their books and cashed out before the public knew what was happening, and the credulous finance reporters and securities analysts who cheered them along until it was too late.
Eliot Spitzer's tumultuous tumble from the zenith of a promising political career to the nadir of a shocking sex scandal came as no surprise as the bright, bull-headed governor announced his resignation under bloating pressure from state lawmaker
Eliot Spitzer knew how to catch bad guys by following the money. As attorney general, he once broke up a call-girl ring and locked up 18 people on corruption, money-laundering and prostitution charges. He ruthlessly investigated the pay packages of W
An Emperors Club employee was quoted as telling Kristen that Spitzer "would ask you to do things that ... you might not think were safe," and Kristen responded "I have a way of dealing with that. ... I'd be, like, listen, dude, you
Gov. Eliot Spitzer has informed his most senior administration officials that he had been involved in a prostitution ring, an administration official said this morning. Mr. Spitzer, who was huddled with his top aides inside his Fifth Avenue apartment
Our Federal Government cannot investigate themselves. It is the responsibility of the state legislatures. Join NVCCA - National Veterans Committee for Constitutional Affairs.
BRATTLEBORO, Vt. - Voters in two Vermont towns approved measures Tuesday calling for the indictment of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney for what they consider violations of the Constitution.
The mere utterance of opposition to the whims and whimpers of those in self supposed authority is punished, viewed as a form of terrorism. The mistreatment of activists who challenge legislation is something we must challenge immediately
Public Citizen Joins Lawsuit to Force Agency to Release Records. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is flouting three court orders requiring it to regularly provide a nationally recognized researcher with the statistical data she needs for her studie
A federal indictment in Arizona accuses Renzi and two former business partners of conspiring to promote the sale of land that buyers could swap for property owned by the federal government. The sale netted one of Renzi's former partners $4.5 mill
Police Chief John Romero has launched an investigation into who sent the packages. He said police are contemplating criminal charges, possibly at the federal level. [the author insists the plaques are "fakes" yet they look real to me]