Chicago Outfit figure gets four months in federal prison in Social Security fraud scheme

A Chicago mob figure convicted years ago in the landmark Operation Family Secrets investigation was sentenced Monday to four months in federal prison for participating in a Social Security scam by falsely claiming he’d earned wages from a series of phony or failed businesses, including Lehman Brothers and the Peanut Corporation of America. Michael “Mickey” … Read more

Federal Bank ties up with JCB India to finance heavy equipment buyers

Federal Bank on Friday mentioned that it has tied up with JCB India to finance the possible buyers of heavy building equipment and increase its mortgage portfolio. The non-public sector lender mentioned it has inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with JCB India, a number one producer of earthmoving and building equipment. The association will … Read more

Federal judge dismisses Michael Cohen lawsuit alleging retaliation for Trump tell-all

A federal judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit brought by former Trump attorney Michael Cohen alleging former President Trump and the U.S. government retaliated against him for writing a tell-all memoir by placing him in federal prison. Cohen had been sentenced to prison in 2019 for crimes including tax evasion, campaign finance violations and lying … Read more

Trump claims without evidence he sent federal agents to keep DeSantis election from being ‘stolen’ in 2018

Former President Trump claimed without evidence on Thursday that he sent federal agents to Florida in 2018 to keep the state’s gubernatorial election from being “stolen” from Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).  Trump said in a Truth Social post that he helped save DeSantis’s campaign and sent the FBI and U.S. attorneys to the state to … Read more

Federal judge strikes down Biden student debt relief program

A federal judge struck down President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program on Thursday, declaring it unlawful. District Judge Mark Pittman, a Trump appointee, ruled that the program, which would have provided borrowers with up to $20,000 in student loan relief, was “an unconstitutional exercise of Congress’s legislative power.”  The Biden administration has argued that it … Read more

Who Is Justin Foley? Ohio Teacher Faces Federal Charges For Exploiting Minors

A horrific incident took place in Columbus, Ohio when an ultimate guide and protection of children stooped low by his heinous actions. A former school teacher in Ohio named Justin Robert Foley was arrested by the Ohio police department after the authority learned about the involvement of the teacher in some abhorrent action. The police … Read more

Pelosi husband attack: Suspect indicted on federal charges – National

A man already in custody in last month’s attack on the husband of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury on charges of assault and attempted kidnapping. The charges against David DePape stem from the Oct. 28 break-in at the Pelosis’ San Francisco home are the same as but … Read more

Suspect in Paul Pelosi attack indicted on federal charges

A federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted David DePape on assault and attempted kidnapping charges in connection with a violent break-in at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s San Francisco home last month. DePape, 42, faces a pair of federal charges: assault upon an immediate family member of a U.S. official, with the intent to retaliate against … Read more

Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy’s defamation lawsuit tossed by federal judge

A federal judge has tossed a defamation lawsuit filed by Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy against Chief U.S. District Judge F. Dennis Saylor determined that Portnoy had not provided enough evidence showing that had wrongful intentions to make against him, which is necessary when defamation claims are made by a public figure. Portnoy sued … Read more

Senate estimates: Australian Federal Police grilled over ISIS brides

The four “ISIS brides” repatriated to Australia alongside their children could be subjected to control orders, with the matter under investigation. The Australian Federal Police Commissioner Reece Kershaw told senate estimates there was also an active investigation into whether the women had breached Australian laws. The first cohort of Australian citizens from Syria arrived in … Read more

Is Election Day a federal holiday? Here’s what is open, closed Tuesday

Election Day – Tuesday, November 8 – is a special day where voters across the country cast their votes. But it’s not a federal holiday. That means the stock market will be open, and so will banks like bank of America, PNC bench and Wells Fargo. The US Postal Service will also deliver mail on … Read more

Ohio man charged with federal hate crime for anti-Asian assault: ‘Go back to your country’

Federal hate crime charges have been filed against a man after he allegedly assaulted an Asian student in Cincinnati, Ohio, solely based on race. Darrin Johnson, 26, was indicted by a grand jury this week on federal hate crime charges stemming from a 2021 incident in which he allegedly attacked an Asian victim near the … Read more

Federal Reserve hikes interest rate 0.75% as inflation remains at four-decade high

IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Now Playing Federal Reserve hikes interest rate 0.75% as inflation remains at four-decade high 02:32 UP NEXT Trump asks Supreme Court to block release of tax records to House committee 02:38 Ex-officer who messaged Jan. 6 rioter guilty of obstruction … Read more

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