Here are 10 notable entities who received tens of thousands, and in some cases millions, of dollars of COVID relief.
Mrs Yang arrived in Athens to find her new flat was nothing like the description – and that it had been sold multiple times.
The fake substance, supposedly developed as a nuclear material in the 1970s, is being sold online for as much as £25,000 per gram.
Billy McFarland's attempt to record a podcast in prison is not going well.
Ahead of a plethora of new releases, San Diego noise lord Justin Pearson revisits the bizarre TV hoax that put The Locust on the map.
It's thought the seeds might be coming from China, for reasons unknown. Biosecurity officials are urging people not to plant them.
A new scam is targeting people, particularly Instagram models, by cloning their profiles and using them to create fake OnlyFans or JustForFans accounts.
Nearly all the reviews for 29-year-old David Hines' businesses described "bait-and-switch practices and other deceitful activities."
Twitter “philanthropists” like Bill Pulte and Megan Thee Stallion have been offering their followers financial aid during the pandemic. But it hurts more people than it helps.
Seems to work way better than the old two-kids-in-a-trenchcoat trick.
Canadian exchange Coinsquare was practicing so-called 'wash trading', according to leaked emails, Slack chats, and other files. Generally, wash trading violates securities law.
A middleman is dubiously offering Instartcart shoppers the chance of more reliable work in exchange for thousands of dollars.