11/07/13 09:45 PM
(www.nytimes.com) The charges against three Navy officials and a ship-servicing contractor have embarrassed military leaders and raised questions about lax oversight.
By Mark Flatten | 11/07/13 03:50 PM
Federal officials have filed new fraud and conspiracy charges against the former head of Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers in Cleveland and Dayton, who is accused of taking bribes from businesses seeking more than $1 billion in agency contracts. William D. Montague, 61, took...
11/07/13 12:47 PM
(www.cironline.org) When Los Angeles County cut off clinics for questionable billing, operators stayed afloat by tapping another taxpayer-funded program.
By Associated Press | 11/06/13 03:35 PM
Washington — A former U.S. visa chief in Vietnam has pleaded guilty to bribery and other charges for accepting more than $3 million in bribes in exchange for visas for entry into the U.S. Michael T. Sestak pleaded guilty to the charges on Tuesday and faces roughly 19 ½ years to 24 ½ years...
11/05/13 11:36 PM
(www.latimes.com) Bell's former police chief -- once among the highest-paid law enforcement officials in the nation -- agreed Tuesday to testify in an ongoing corruption case against one of his former bosses.
11/05/13 03:42 PM
(www.upi.com) Federal prosecutors said Tuesday they charged an ex-California city councilman with soliciting the largest bribe ever pocketed by an elected official.
By Michal Conger | 11/04/13 03:50 PM
A former engineer for the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command has been sentenced to 10 years in prison as the "mastermind" behind an $18 million kickback scheme.
11/01/13 12:00 PM
(www.latimes.com) SACRAMENTO — California legislators scrambled Thursday to distance themselves from allegations of bribery and corruption against Democratic Sen. Ronald Calderon of Montebello, a day after details of a federal probe of his activities aired on a television network.
10/28/13 08:23 PM
(www.latimes.com) Angela Spaccia was so obsessed with making money and making sure that her paychecks were deposited promptly that it became a running joke among City Hall workers in the small, working-class town of Bell.
By Sean Higgins | 10/28/13 04:20 PM
Richard Griffin, President Obama's nominee to be the National Labor Relations Board's general counsel, is accused of making false statements under oath in a union corruption complaint in California district court. The charges stem from when Griffin was the top lawyer for the International...
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