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Felicity Huffman Reports to Prison Camp in Admissions Case

By Kate Taylor

The actress entered a minimum security federal prison camp in California on Tuesday to begin serving her 14-day sentence, her representative said.

Shop Faked Brake Repairs Before Limo Crash That Killed 20, D.A. Says

By Jesse McKinley

In the months before the crash in Schoharie, N.Y., the limousine was brought in for brake repairs that apparently were not performed.

Arizona Official Placed 29 Babies in Adoption Fraud Scheme, Prosecutors Say

By Neil Vigdor

Paul D. Petersen, Maricopa County’s assessor, arranged for women from the Marshall Islands to fly to the United States to give birth at taxpayers’ expense, prosecutors said.

Alec Baldwin Gripes About Tour Boat โ€˜Scam,โ€™ and N.Y.C. Cracks Down

By Jeffery C. Mays and Derek M. Norman

Mr. Baldwin complained that he had been victimized by a company that offered tickets to see the Statue of Liberty.

New Nissan Pay Problems Point to Conflicts at the Top

By Ben Dooley and Liz Alderman

Two insiders who brought down Carlos Ghosn were involved with improper payments, an inquiry found. The company’s full board never heard about it.

10 Tips to Avoid Leaving Tracks Around the Internet

By David Pogue

Some of these suggestions are more aggressive, and make using the web less convenient, but they’ll definitely protect your privacy.

Why This Ex-Con Mayor Is Running Away From Reporters

By Sarah Maslin Nir

Joe Ganim, the mayor of Connecticut’s largest city, won a disputed primary. Now the state is investigating possible voting irregularities.

I Owed My Sibling Money. Must I Give It to the Scamming Widowed Spouse?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah

The magazine’s Ethicist column on paying your debt to a sibling whose surviving spouse is a con artist, and more.

Match.com Used Fake Ads to Swindle Users, F.T.C. Says

By Laura M. Holson

In a lawsuit, the government agency contended that the dating site tried to dupe hundreds of thousands of consumers into buying dating subscriptions.

Fiat Chrysler Manager Faces U.S. Fraud Charges on Diesel Emissions

By David Yaffe-Bellany

An indictment followed the company’s costly settlement of lawsuits over rigging pollution test results.

VW Executives and Ex-C.E.O. Charged With Market Manipulation

By Jack Ewing

The three were charged by German prosecutors with failing to inform investors of the U.S. investigation into emissions cheating.

Russian Man Pleads Guilty in โ€˜Massiveโ€™ Hacking Scheme

By Mihir Zaveri

Andrei Tyurin is the first person to be convicted in the case, in which prosecutors said cyberattacks targeted a dozen American companies, including JPMorgan Chase.

Scammers Look for Vulnerability, and Find It in Older People

By Abby Ellin

Swindlers prey on people over 70, who lose millions each year to their shifting tactics.

Brands Beware: Influencer Impostors Want Your Free Stuff

By Taylor Lorenz

A niche form of identity theft is sweeping Instagram.

Chinese Government Employee Arrested in Visa Fraud Scheme

By Mihir Zaveri

Federal prosecutors say that Zhongsan Liu, 57, was helping the Chinese government recruit American researchers to China.

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