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After Hammes is confronted with evidence that he allegedly embezzled nearly $9 million, he flees. Searching for answers, his family is stunned to uncover more than one shocking discovery. It leads them to wonder if they ever really knew Jim Hammes at all.
The family of alleged embezzler Jim Hammes' deceased wife has a troubling suspicion that he might have had something to do with the fire that killed her, even if the official investigation into her death is currently closed.
The New York Times reported this morning that former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine likely won't face criminal charges in the wake of the firm's collapse. This is what CNBC's Rick Santelli has to say about that.
With knock offs and fakes said to be costing companies in the hundreds of billions, trying to stop counterfeiters can seem like a losing battle.
The New York attorney general has issued LIBOR subpoenas to several banks, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Last year wine collectors shelled out nearly half a billion dollars for rare and exotic vintages. With that kind of money at stake, it's no surprise this high-end hobby is a target for fraud.
According to reports, the Las Vegas Sands may have broken U.S. bribery laws when doing business in China. The company allegedly paid companies affiliated with the chief Beijing representative $70 million, and several million are unaccounted for. Officials want to know if the missing money was used for bribes. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports.
Over $20 billion in tax refunds may land in the hands of identity thieves in the next five years, according to a study from the Treasury's inspector general. J. Russell George, Treasury Inspector General for the IRS, weighs in.
The IRS inspector general is releasing new information on identify theft. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky reports the former founder of Broadband Research, John Kinnucan is expected to plead "guilty" in an insider trading case.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports UK prosecutors are charging former News Corp boss Rebekah Brooks and eight other people with criminal charges associated with Britain's phone-hacking scandal.
"The best place to buy a house is from a bank," says Donald Trump, Trump Organization chairman & president, expressing his thoughts on housing and the U.S. economy; supporting Mitt Romney; China's successful economic strategies, and why he would invest in a bank run by Jamie Dimon.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on statements made by President Obama, and Mitt Romney regarding the crisis in Colorado; and discussing concerns from the nation about gun laws and security, with nationally syndicated radio hosts Todd Schnitt, and Michael Medved.
AMC movie theaters say all schedules will not change, but any refunds will be honored, reports CNBC's Brian Shactman.
The latest details on the deadly shooting at the showing of the Batman film in Colorado, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin & Brian Shactman.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on movie theaters around the nation upping security to ensure safety and reassure movie goers.
K-USA's Jeremy Jojola reports on numerous 1-liter bottles full of an unidentifiable liquid, and connected to those bottles are wires.
On the heels of the tragic movie theater shooting in Colorado, Fred Burton, Stratfor vice president of intelligence, provides perspective on safety in malls and movie theaters.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports on the latest details on the Colorado movie theater shooting, and from the Aurora Police news conference.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports theater owners and industry leaders are actively working with local law enforcement to review safety and security procedures, after yesterday's deadly shooting at the Batman premiere in Colorado.
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A former Army intelligence officer known as "Mr. X" stole millions through a fake veteran's charity and eluded authorities by using an array of false identities. No one figured out who he really was or where he came from until he made one misstep ...
When reporter Jeff Testerman visits the home of retired navy commander Bobby Thompson, he finds quarters unfit for an officer.
Investigators follow a trail of stolen identities with plenty of twists and turns in the case of fugitive Bobby Thompson, a self-proclaimed retired navy lieutenant commander with a background in intelligence. His fingerprints are nowhere to be found in the United States, Canada or through Interpol.