Prosecutors say an Arizona man has been found guilty of conspiracy to defraud the government after using state prison inmates' information to get more than $580,000 in federal student aid money.



Latest News

FOX: Bryce Harper wins Home Run Derby in home park

FOX: Day care owner who tried to hang toddler from noose gets probation

USA Today: Cher, Meryl Streep light up 'Mamma Mia 2' premiere blue carpet

USA Today: Lakers headed to second straight Summer League title game

Daily Mail: Saints' Loewen helps save man from SUV accident

Daily Mail: Alabama man's 20-mile walk to work attracts praise, new...

Daily Mail: Police called to Ellenbrook home where mother and children murdered several times in weeks prior

CTV News: Suspects arrested after SUV strikes pedestrian in East Hills, crashes in Forest Lawn

CTV News: Alberta town divided over program to kill feral rabbits at cost of $300 per bunny

CTV News: House immigration committee agrees to summer study on asylum seekers

Reuters: U.S. judge suspends deportations of reunited immigrant families

Times of Israel: Kids learn to look people in the eye at new Israel Museum exhibit

ABC: Lakers headed to second straight Summer League title game

Los Angeles Times: Climber falls to death in Central California national park

Los Angeles Times: Tuesday's TV highlights: '2018 MLB All-Star Game' on Fox

Daily Mail: Foiled peace bids and greedy gangs dog C. Africa

Daily Mail: Nutritionist Juliana Shalek reveals surprisingly foods you should avoid while pregnant

CTV News: Man in his 20s dead after Brampton shooting

Reuters: UPDATE 3-U.S. hits $1.1 billion Texas oil pipeline with steel tariff

Jpost: Diaspora clause in nation-state bill called ‘patronizing’

USA Today: Cher and Meryl Streep star on 'Mamma Mia 2' premiere blue carpet

USA Today: 5th former football player pleads guilty in hazing case

Daily Mail: Jimmy Kimmel asks people to name a country on a map in embarrassing geography quiz