To Fight Fraud, Some Coupons Carry Threat Of $2 Million Fine, Possible Prison TimeThe CBS 2 Morning Insiders noticed some Chicago newspaper inserts with an alarming message. Bold red lettering threatens a $2 million fine, and/or imprisonment if coupons or copied.
Ex-Commander Enters Plea In Social Security Fraud CaseFederal prosecutors allege Kenneth Johnson bilked the Social Security Administration out of $363,064 from about June 1994 to November 2017.
Ex-Bookkeeper For Chicago Restaurants Sentenced For FraudProsecutors say from 2011 to 2017, Johnson wrote hundreds of unauthorized checks from One Off's accounts to pay her personal expenses, including real estate mortgages.
Theranos Is Reportedly Closing After Failing To Sell ItselfTheranos laid off most of its staff earlier this year.
Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling Released From PrisonEnron became one of the world's dominant energy companies before going bankrupt in 2001.
Defense Grills Star Witness Rick Gates In Paul Manafort TrialThe defense in the trial of Paul Manafort went on the attack Tuesday against the government's star witness, Rick Gates.
Uber Drivers Accused Of 'Vomit Fraud' By Overcharged PassengersDrivers are being accused of "vomit fraud," as many of the Uber employees allegedly claim their passengers threw up in the car after being picked up from a night of partying.
Israeli Leader Benjamin Netanyau's Wife Charged With FraudIf convicted, she could face a maximum sentence of five years behind bars, though that seemed unlikely.
Man Accused Of Defrauding Seniors Wants Out Of JailA federal judge hasn't yet decided if Mark Diamond should be released on bond.
Secret Service Warns Of Credit Card Chip Scheme, Report SaysThe U.S. Secret Service is reportedly warning banks about a new scam that is targeting the chips in credit cards sent through the mail.
Beware Fake Valentines OnlineOne northwest suburban man thought he found The One, but his online beauty turned out to be a crook. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Attorney For Indicted Judge Says She’s Not Guilty, Acted In Good FaithThe Cook County judge on trial this week for fraud may have made mistakes, her attorney said Tuesday. But so did the government when it indicted her, he added. “Mistakes are not fraud,” he said.