College admissions fraud is a global industry. Just ask these “tutors.”
In a novel melding of physical and cybercrime, hackers, thieves, and even independent repair companies are finding ways to "unlock iCloud" from iPhones.
The Bernie Madoff of the late 1800s, he was "the world's most shameless swindler."
From Bangkok to New York, fraudsters have an established, underground market of selling dirt cheap rooms at 5 star hotels as well as international flights.
The founder of Universal Medicine thinks he's the reincarnation of Leonardo Da Vinci. Others think he's the leader of a cult.
A clear lesson in what not to do after faking your own death.
"To most people $230,000 is a lot of money, but for Amazon it probably doesn’t do anything to hurt its stock price."
Did they prevent a full-scale collapse? Yes. Was it necessary to do it the way we did? Not at all.
A career con-artist, Anthony Gignac got busted over and over again, but kept finding new prey in America's capital city of fraud.
Peter Dutton has slashed 21,000 places from the annual intake, in an attempt to make sure we’re “getting the best possible migrants”.
"Shkreli needs to realize that serving time in federal prison comes with discomfort."
Fraudsters are setting up websites designed to massively overcharge consumers for all sorts of forms and certificates.