Trump either lied to the tax man, lied to the bank, or both. And that's illegal.
The president’s businesses made themselves appear more profitable to lenders and less profitable to tax officials. One expert calls the differing numbers “versions of fraud.”
NBC News' Ken Dilanian reports on Monday's explosive testimony from Rick Gates against Paul Manafort.
Rick Gates has taken the stand, and admitted everything he did on his own and with Paul Manafort, which includes tax fraud and embezzlement.
Wells Fargo’s CEO faced a rough grilling. That’s a start.
JP Morgan agreed to a $13 billion settlement which would end several governmental inquiries into its fraudulent behavior.
Think of it as the story of two antagonists. One of them was an honest Senator who came to Washington to fight corruption. The other is an arrogant banker who's so sure of his untouchability that he wore "FBI" cufflinks when he made a public
Congratulations, Mr. President. This week you followed your increasingly populist rhetoric with some decisive action on behalf of the middle class. Republicans have been waging a sabotage campaign against the lawful functions of government.
The Obama Administration announced a $335 million settlement deal with Bank of America to settle charges of discriminatory lending practices. Here is, in ascending order of importance, the good, the bad, and the ugly. The Justice Department
No financial executives have gone to jail, despite an overwhelming body of evidence indicating that a group of organized "banker gangs" conducted a widespread Wall Street crime wave that made them rich and while throwing millions into poverty. The