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Roberto Craciunica is accused of selling badges and credentials that were involved in a string of arrests of individuals carrying real weapons while impersonating federal US officials.
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At the center of art world drama between the Netherlands and Ukraine, you'll find art historian Arthur Brand.
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At the University at Albany, scientists and art specialists are developing new standards to identify and track priceless works of art.
A look at the country's shadowy, lucrative, and difficult-to-prosecute world of forged art.
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Dulwich Picture Gallery wants you to find out which of their 270 masterpieces conceptual artist Doug Fishbone had 'Made in China.'
Artist Pei Shen Qian, who remains at large, has been implicated with two Spanish brothers in a sophisticated hustle in New York.