US Justice Dept eases ban on announcing investigations before election

The change in policy is "deeply concerning," said Miriam Aroni Krinsky, executive director of Fair and Just Prosecution, a criminal justice reform group.

CHEQ acquires Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity start-up ClickCease

CHEQ holds offices in New York, Tel Aviv, Shanghai and Tokyo, and its specializes on delivering ad-verification cybersecurity to big name advertisers and media agencies.

A man rides a subway in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., June 25, 2020.
Coronavirus-related scams have cost Americans $145 million - FTC

The fraudulent operations targeted those waiting to receive stimulus relief and unemployment benefits, as well as treatment for coronavirus infections.

Trump tax return subpoena justified by 'mountainous' allegations

Vance's lawyers also justified the subpoena by pointing to "numerous" reports of possible financial improprieties involving the Trump Organization and its affiliates.

Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein, injured in the recent shooting at the synagogue in Poway
Brother of ex-Poway synagogue leader pleads guilty in fraud scheme

Prosecutors said he worked with his brother from 2012 to 2018 to conceal more than $700,000 in income from the IRS and avoid paying $155,881 in taxes.

Israeli-American citizen can be extradited to US to face fraud charges

Aryeh Greenes fled to Israel nearly a decade ago after being charged in US District Court in Los Angeles with bank fraud.

James Jesse Strang - When fraud reigned in America

Strang is forgotten today, but in his time, he made front-page news across the nation and rivaled Brigham Young as a leader in the fast-growing community of latter-day saints.

Man faces charges after disguising as elderly man to steal from casinos

The suspect, John Colletti, 55, was arrested on March 12, after casino employees in Kansas observed through a surveillance video a disguised individual wearing a prosthetic mask of an elderly man.

PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu, wearing a face mask, stands inside the courtroom at the Jerusalem
Who are the prosecutors for Benjamin Netanyahu's bribery trial?

The prosecutors expected to run Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial are lesser known but potentially as powerful.

Fake economics professor cons victims out of 1000s of shekels

The man was also described as vengeful by those who did not comply with his schemes, as he would terrorize people who turned him down or found out about his lies.

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