Accusations of corruption are still lingering for Red Cross volunteers. They are being accused of diverting relief supplies, failure to follow Red Cross procedures for supply tracking and distributions, and use of felons as volunteers (which is against Red

Corstan Court was the first supervisor on the scene of the October 2004 Frank Jude Jr. beating by off-duty police officers. Chief Nannette Hegarty demoted Court to officer because he failed to perform the duties of a supervisor. Namely,

Identity theft continues to affect thousands and thousands of consumers. Some simple precautions can help stop identity thieves. If they do steal your identity, I have several tips for resolving your financial woes. Read my article in the Wisconsin

Identity theft by people posing as the Internal Revenue Service is on the rise. Hundreds of thousands of emails purporting to be from the IRS have been sent to targets, asking readers to go to a site that mimics

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a short report about the millions of dollars wasted in the government’s award of post-Katrina contracts. Included is at least $3 million spent for 4,000 beds that were never used. ($750 per bed!)