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FBI Investigates Ford Engineer After Listening Devices Found

FBI Investigates Ford Engineer After Listening Devices Found

Long-time employee placed devices under tables in meeting rooms

A 43-year-old former Ford Motor Co engineer is being investigated by the FBI after listening devices were found in meeting rooms at company offices. Read More »

Postman Allegedly Stole 20,000 Pieces of Mail Over 20 Years

Postman Allegedly Stole 20,000 Pieces of Mail Over 20 Years

Part-time author accused of taking jewelry, checks, gift cards, and passports.

Greater Baltimore mail carrier Jeffrey L. Shipley faces charges of stealing 20,000 pieces of mail, including checks, gift cards, and passports. Read More »

Careerexcuse.com: Is It Fraud?

Careerexcuse.com: Is It Fraud?

Site provides phony job references for a fee

For $125, careerexcuse.com will fabricate a career history you can use to fill out your resume. But their services occupy a serious legal grey area. Read More »

Substitute Teacher Accused of Stapling Students

Substitute Teacher Accused of Stapling Students

This is actually terrifying

A substitute teacher has been arrested after being accused of stapling three of her sixth grade students. It may not be the first time she's done this. Read More »

Postal Worker Allegedly Threw Out Thousands of Pieces of Mail

Postal Worker Allegedly Threw Out Thousands of Pieces of Mail

So much for 'neither snow nor rain, nor gloom of night'

U.S. Postal Service worker Patrick Paskett was arrested last week after allegedly discarding over 1000 pieces of mail in dumpsters around Long Island. Read More »

Playboy Must Pay $6 Million to Whistleblower Who Refused to Embezzle Staff Bonuses

Playboy Must Pay $6 Million to Whistleblower Who Refused to Embezzle Staff Bonuses

30-year employee also alleged age discrimination victim

Former accounting executive Catherine Zulfer is receiving what may be the largest payout ever under a 2002 whistleblower protection law. Read More »

If You Retire on Disability, Don't Get Caught Practicing Jiu-Jitsu

If You Retire on Disability, Don't Get Caught Practicing Jiu-Jitsu

Ex-LIRR worker draws 37-month jail sentence for disability fraud

Fred Catalano claimed to suffer from severe back and shoulder pain, but a video shown to jurors told a very different story. Read More »

Wisconsin Dairy Workers Charged with Animal Cruelty

Wisconsin Dairy Workers Charged with Animal Cruelty

Video so brutal it requires proof of age to view

Four Wisconsin dairy workers have been charged with animal cruelty after being caught allegedly mistreating cows in an activist group's undercover video. Read More »

Pa. Lawmaker, Sister Charged In Ghost-Worker Scheme

Pa. Lawmaker, Sister Charged In Ghost-Worker Scheme

Ghost employee 'Timothy Duckett' was on payroll for over a year

Rep. Jose Miranda is accused of hiring a no-show worker to funnel money to his sister. Read More »

Here's How 106 NYC First Responders Could Scam Social Security

Here's How 106 NYC First Responders Could Scam Social Security

And the scam could have involved hundreds more

More than 100 former first responders were indicted on alleged Social Security fraud. Here's how they might have pulled it off and done a system end run. Read More »

Claiming To Be In The CIA Is Virtual Proof Someone Isn't A Spy

Claiming To Be In The CIA Is Virtual Proof Someone Isn't A Spy

EPA exec claimed he was a spy to avoid doing work

Some people get into trouble when they pretend to be in the Central Intelligence Agency as a way to cover up questionable activities, crimes, and even affairs. Read More »

Woman Applies For Job at Sex Shop and Shoplifts Toy

Woman Applies For Job at Sex Shop and Shoplifts Toy

A woman in Crestview, Fla., allegedly went into a sex shop to ask about a job and shoplifted a toy. She got caught on video and left her real name and address. Read More »

Machete-Wielding Clerk Chases Gun-Toting Robber Out of Store

Machete-Wielding Clerk Chases Gun-Toting Robber Out of Store

'You can make money again, but not your life'

A robber entered a Long Island convenience store, demanded money, and shot at the clerk. Big mistake, as the clerk grabbed a machete and chased him out the door. Read More »

April Fools' Day Prank Gets Waffle House Worker Arrested, Police Said

April Fools' Day Prank Gets Waffle House Worker Arrested, Police Said

April Fools' Day is our annual celebration of lies and trickery. But every year a handful of office pranksters are reminded that certain lies and tricks are illegal. Susan Tinker, 20, who works at a Waffle House in Hampton, Virginia allegedly called the police just before 6 a.m. on Monday to report a robbery,... Read More »

Bob Jones University Administrator Suspended For Soliciting Prostitute 22 Years Ago

Bob Jones University Administrator Suspended For Soliciting Prostitute 22 Years Ago

Roughly 1 in 5 American adults have arrest or conviction records, and many of them hope that prospective employers won't ever find out about their pasts. Joseph Bartosch, right, wouldn't be exceptional in that regard except that he's the chief brand officer at a fundamentalist Christian university in... Read More »

Ex-Convict Goes Job Hunting: The Hardest Career Turnaround

Ex-Convict Goes Job Hunting: The Hardest Career Turnaround

How this former drug dealer turned around his life provides lessons for many other job hunters struggling to overcome the stigma of a felony conviction. Read More »

Unemployed Man, Chad David Ryan, Turned To Robbery, Police Say

Unemployed Man, Chad David Ryan, Turned To Robbery, Police Say

In an investigation of a grocery store theft, police in Newberry Township, Pa., tracked down the home of 39-year-old Chad David Ryan. When they arrived, Ryan was unpacking several hundred dollars worth of stolen food, reports the York Daily Record. He then confessed to a string of armed robberies, showed... Read More »

Bad Bosses: How Inept Execs Got Away With Mismanagement And Scandal In 2012

Bad Bosses: How Inept Execs Got Away With Mismanagement And Scandal In 2012

Companies lay off vast numbers of workers with such regularity that you may not have noticed the announcement. Last week Citigroup Inc. said it would lay off 11,000 workers worldwide, citing a need to reduce expenses. Yet, at the same time, Citi revealed it gave top execs hefty "incentive awards," including... Read More »

$123 Million Settlement OKd In Delaware Pediatrician Sex Abuse Case

$123 Million Settlement OKd In Delaware Pediatrician Sex Abuse Case

A judge has approved a $123 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of young children who were sexually abused by former Delaware pediatrician Earl Bradley. New Castle County Superior Court Judge Joseph Slights III issued his ruling Monday after holding a hearing last week. Read More »

U.S. Army Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair Accused of Sex Crimes

U.S. Army Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair Accused of Sex Crimes

FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- U.S. Army prosecutors offered the first details of a rare criminal case against a general, alleging in a military hearing Monday he committed sex crimes against five women, including four subordinates and a civilian. An Article 32 hearing on evidence in the case against Brig. Gen. Jeffrey... Read More »

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