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Quan Pham Howard is charged with stealing valuable loose items found in the mail, like Playboy magazines and a Joan Rivers collector's box.
After separating from Fannie Mae, an employee continued to use administrator credentials to make unauthorized changes to the CheckMyNPV website.
A former civilian employee at Sierra Army Depot faces a two-count charge for conspiracy and theft of military equipment.
The federal complaint alleges that Timothy Francis Cashman accepted bribes in exchange for steering hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of GSA contracts to a partner in crime.
A Virginia government contractor is sentenced for conspiracy to bribe public officials.
An Army officer was convicted of violating three military laws including abusive sexual contact, kidnapping and assault.
Walter Guillory, the former executive director the Lafayette Housing Authority and Opelousas Housing Authority, both in Louisiana, pleaded guilty to bid-rigging and wire fraud.
Capt. Gregory McWherter, a former commanding officer of the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels, was found guilty of failing to stop repeated examples of sexual harassment and condoning widespread lewd practices within the squadron.
Former contract employee was charged with allegedly defrauding the United States in connection with a contract to provide reconstruction-related services in Afghanistan.
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Daniel Layug pleaded guilty in an alleged bribery scheme involving Singapore-based defense contractor Glenn Defense Marine Asia.