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Latest Us Attorney'S Office Items
A New York company must pay up to $1 million in fines, forfeiture and restitution after pleading guilty in federal court in Kansas City to conspiring to transport contraband cigarettes from Missouri.
Federal prosecutors rested their corruption case Wednesday against former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, leaving it to defense lawyers to counter five days of testimony from more than two dozen witnesses, including five who said they were involved in bribing Nagin.
The special counsel for a New Jersey legislative panel investigating a political payback scandal surrounding Gov. Chris Christie's office says the state probe won't impede an ongoing federal investigation.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is urging state lawmakers to support his call for more audits of state agencies and departments.
The U.S. Attorney's Office has issued a subpoena to the city of Hoboken about allegations Mayor Dawn Zimmer made about top officials in Chris Christie's administration.
Two former executives have pleaded guilty and two other men have been indicted in a longstanding bribery scheme involving an Iowa contractor and a former Bettendorf city official, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.
A former Iowa State University professor has pleaded guilty to making false statements to a federal agency.
A southern Kentucky hospital will pay $16.5 million to the federal government to settle claims that it submitted false or fraudulent Medicare and Kentucky Medicaid claims for completing surgeries to implant unnecessary coronary stents and pacemakers and perform coronary artery bypass grafting.
A former officer in a Buffalo biker club has been sentenced for conspiring to sell cocaine.