You might think a politician who’s been indicted on federal corruption charges and convicted of fraud would want to keep a low profile, but you would not be thinking like former Rep. Corrine Brown.
In a case that is giving me serious Catch Me if You Can vibes, more than 100 patients have filed a class action lawsuit against Prince George’s Hospital Center in Cheverly, Md., after federal authorities busted a man who was a practicing OB-GYN there but who had been using false identities for decades.
Looks like the black Bill Gates is just an old-ass Wesley Snipes. Ray Huger, the husband of The Real Housewives of Potomac star Karen Huger, owes millions in taxes.
A Washington, D.C.-region Uber driver was arrested in Prince George's County, Md., after allegedly kidnapping and assaulting a female passenger who had passed out at a D.C. bar, Fox5DC reports.
Wells Fargo is embroiled in a multimillion-dollar banking-fraud scandal stemming from its aggressive cross-selling tactics, and CEO John Stumpf blames low-level bank employees for the trouble.
Malachi Love-Robinson, the Florida teenager who grabbed national attention after he was arrested on charges he posed as a doctor at his own clinic, faces new charges after allegedly writing a bad check, the Associated Press reports.
A New York scam artist who admitted to selling fake tickets to the Broadway hit musical Hamilton was sentenced to 1-3 years in prison Tuesday, the New York Daily News reports.
A Detroit mother of four is furious that she has not been able to touch a single penny in her bank account because the account has been frozen.