It's time to return oversight to industry groups and the states.
Government Watchdog Finds $60 Billion in Pandemic Unemployment Fraud, Suggests Maybe Doing Something About It
Despite multiple warnings in the past, the Department of Labor has yet to implement a comprehensive strategy for detecting unemployment insurance fraud.
Plus: moral panic about department stores, the obvious cause of homelessness, and more...
Fintech platforms facilitated fraud in the Paycheck Protection Program, according to a new congressional report.
The mainstream coverage of SBF and FTX is more than a little blasé.
A handful of law firms are behind a spike in class-action lawsuits claiming consumers are harmed by opaque, half-full macaroni boxes and "all natural" fiber supplements.
A new report takes an illustrative look inside the Small Business Administration, which was clearly overwhelmed by the obligation to push unprecedented piles of money out the door quickly.
In a press conference, Letitia James accused the former president of routinely misstating the values of his properties for personal financial gain.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office found that nearly $80 billion was paid out to ineligible beneficiaries or outright fraudsters.
The punishment is a bit rich considering the government's own mishandling of pandemic cash.
Ed Mullins, known for combatively defending bad police behavior and the drug war, charged with wire fraud by the Department of Justice.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed that over 1,000 people voted more than once. He now admits that number is far lower.
It may be more than you think.
The hasty work behind the PPP and other relief loans shows the limits of big government.
Unemployment is falling but fraudulent jobless claims are still skyrocketing in some places.
Plus: North Carolina passes cause-based abortion ban as Missouri's gets struck down, conservatives would hate treating social media as common carriers, and more...
Prosecutors like to use the law against people who clearly weren't engaged in hacking. The Court is trying to rein them in.
The Paycheck Protection Program moved billions of dollars out the door incredibly quickly. A lot of it went to the wrong people.
But where is the outrage?
Plus: New York moves closer to legal weed, Parler pushes back on extremism claims, and more...
Enhanced unemployment benefits may have helped many Americans weather the pandemic, but they've also attracted the interest of some modern-day Willie Suttons.
Trump attorney Kurt Hilbert claimed he had reached settlement agreements with state officials, which was news to them.
Trump said the "Save America March" would be peaceful, but his apocalyptic rhetoric had predictable consequences.
Today Mike Pence May Find That All His Temporizing and Obfuscation About the Election Sacrificed His Integrity for Nothing
The vice president can no longer avoid acknowledging Joe Biden's victory.
Trump's Conversation With Georgia Election Officials Shows His Conviction That He Won Is Impervious to Evidence
The president seems completely sincere, and he surrounds himself with advisers who reinforce his self-flattering fantasy.
Plus: Victory for sanitizer-making distilleries, Supreme Court to consider student's Snapchat rant, and more...
Ted Cruz Plans To Restore Confidence in the Election System by Lending Credence to the Wild Fraud Claims of a 'Pathological Liar'
To alleviate "deep distrust of our democratic processes," the Texas senator is leading a doomed challenge to Joe Biden's electoral votes.
Lin Wood's bizarre charges give you a sense of the advisers Trump is consulting as he continues to insist that he won the presidential election.
Josh Hawley Is Not Doing His Party or 'Election Integrity' Any Favors by Supporting Challenges to Biden's Electoral Votes
The Missouri senator does not explicitly endorse Trump's loony conspiracy theory, but he can't escape its taint.
Louis Gohmert asserts a previously overlooked power to decide which electoral votes will be counted.
The Trump-friendly paper says the president should stop "cheering for an undemocratic coup" and focus on the GOP's political interests.
Angry at the Failure of His Election Challenges, Trump Calls His Own SCOTUS Nominees Cowardly and Incompetent
Trump thinks the judiciary cannot be trusted to reveal the massive fraud that he says denied him a second term.
Federal judges have been underwhelmed by the former Trump campaign lawyer's evidence of massive election fraud.
A Vilified Dominion Executive Sues Promoters of a Bizarre Tale at the Center of Trump's Election Conspiracy Theory
Eric Coomer says the claim that he bragged about fixing the election during an "antifa conference call" provoked a torrent of abuse and death threats.
Desperate To Stop Biden From Taking Office, Trump Suggests Military Intervention, Voting Machine Seizures, and Appointing Sidney Powell To Investigate Her Own Fraud Claims
The president's advisers reportedly pushed back vigorously against his ideas.
Sen. Ron Johnson, a Trump ally, now concedes there is no credible evidence to support the president's fanciful conspiracy theory.