WASHINGTON - A nationwide law enforcement crackdown has resulted in charges against 91 people -- including doctors and other medical professionals -- for what authorities described as the largest bust for Medicare fraud in U.S. history, allegedly participating in schemes involving $295 million in false billing.
Sen. John McCain is asking for a Senate hearing on the ATF's Fast and Furious "Gunwalker" scandal "as soon as possible."
And he wants Attorney General Eric Holder to testify.Continue »
Congressional investigators tell CBS News there's evidence the U.S. Attorney's office in Arizona sought to cover up a link between their controversial gunwalking operation known as "Fast and Furious" and the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.Continue »
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ATF says it did not "promote" three of its managers deeply involved with the "Fast and Furious" gunwalking scandal. A spokesman for the agency today issued a statement denying reports that claimed the men had been promoted.
An increasing number of timeshare owners across the country are being scammed out of millions of dollars according to law enforcement officials. The Florida Attorney General's Office says timeshare fraud tops their list of complaints with over 12,000 last year alone, outnumbering the second most frequent complaint by more than three-to-one.Continue »