U.S. Charges Three People in $1 Billion Medicare Fraud Scheme

U.S. Charges Three People in $1 Billion Medicare Fraud Scheme

The U.S. Department of Justice unveiled its largest-ever criminal healthcare fraud case against individuals on Friday, charging the owner of Miami-based assisted living facilities and two others in a $1 billion scheme to swindle Medicare.

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Wife and Daughter of Indian Gov't Official Arrested for Fraud Commit Suicide

Wife and Daughter of Indian Gov't Official Arrested for Fraud Commit Suicide

The wife and daughter of B K Bansal, Director General Corporate Affairs -- an additional secretary-rank officer in Ministry of Corporate Affairs, who was arrested by CBI in a bribery case -- committed suicide on Tuesday.

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Ex-Drug Executive Shkreli to Face U.S. Fraud Trial in June 2017

Ex-Drug Executive Shkreli to Face U.S. Fraud Trial in June 2017

Martin Shkreli, the former pharmaceutical executive who last year became a lightning rod for criticism of soaring prescription drug prices, is now scheduled to go on trial in June 2017 in the U.S. government's securities fraud case against him.

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