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A federal judge is set to sentence the woman convicted of trying to extort millions in cash, cars and a house from University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino.
Attorneys for impeached Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich continued their barrage of pretrial motions with a new one Thursday that asks a federal judge to lift a court-ordered seal on all evidence, including hundreds of hours of secret FBI wiretap recordings.
A Justice Department strike force on Thursday charged 111 persons in nine cities — including doctors, nurses, health care company owners and executives — in suspected Medicare fraud schemes involving more than $225 million in false billings.
On the eve of her sentencing, the woman convicted of trying to extort Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino of millions of dollars is again seeking a new trial.
A National Research Council committee on Tuesday questioned the scientific approaches and conclusions in the FBI's investigation of the 2001 anthrax mailings, saying that while the bureau's scientific data provided leads to the deadly chemical's origin, it could not rule out other possible sources.
Federal investigators overstated the strength of the scientific evidence against a late Army researcher blamed for the anthrax mailings that killed five people in 2001, a panel of scientists said Tuesday after an 18-month review. However, the panel didn't contradict the FBI's conclusion that the researcher was behind the letters.
What began as an investigation into a fatal traffic accident five years ago has turned into a False Claims Act lawsuit against a company that received federal and local tax dollars to drive D.C. Medicaid patients to and from medical appointments.
The House on Monday passed another extension of the almost decade-old USA Patriot Act — six days after an initial attempt to pass the anti-terrorism law failed in the Republican-controlled chamber to the surprise of GOP leaders.
Lawyers for impeached Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich on Monday filed their second pretrial motion in less than a week — this latest one asking a judge to let them play around 100 excerpts of secret FBI recordings at Blagojevich's upcoming corruption retrial.