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Payment dispute keeps vet from using prosthetic legs

Jan 10, 2020

An Army veteran in Mississippi who served in Vietnam and Iraq says a dispute over payments has left him unable to use a pair of expensive prosthetic legs

Official quits amid charges he paid women to give up babies

Jan 7, 2020

An Arizona elected official has resigned amid charges he paid women from the Marshall Islands to give up their children for adoption in the U.S. Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen’s resignation Tuesday came after county leaders suspended him

Holiday stress: Amazon, others under gun for 1-day delivery

Nov 28, 2019

Buy something online this holiday season and you’ll set off a 24-hour race to your door

Appeals court agrees Trump tax returns can be turned over

Nov 4, 2019

A federal appeals court in New York says President Donald Trump's tax returns can be turned over to state criminal investigators

Appeals court set to hear arguments over Trump's tax returns

Oct 23, 2019

A federal appeal panel is poised to hear President Donald Trump's lawyers argue that New York state investigators should not be permitted to see his tax returns

Arizona official charged in Marshall Islands adoption scheme

Oct 9, 2019

Court records show the assessor of Arizona's most populous county has been accused of human smuggling in an adoption fraud scheme that brought pregnant women from the Marshall Islands to the U.S. to give up their children for adoption

The Latest: Appeals court blocks Trump tax return release

Oct 7, 2019

An appeals court has temporarily blocked the release of President Donald Trump's tax returns to New York State investigators

Judge rejects Trump challenge to release of his tax returns

Oct 7, 2019

A federal judge has rejected President Donald Trump's challenge to the release of his tax returns to New York City prosecutors for use in a criminal investigation

Feds crack Medicare gene test fraud that peddled cheek swabs

Sep 27, 2019

Feds crack down on alleged Medicare fraud scheme that peddled cheek swabs for unneeded DNA tests

Nissan paying $15M, Ghosn $1M to settle US fraud charges

Sep 24, 2019

Nissan will pay $15 million and former chairman Carlos Ghosn will pay $1 million to settle allegations by U.S. regulators that they hid more than $140 million of Ghosn's retirement benefits from investors.

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