A Canadian man accused of scamming money from people by convincing them their grandchildren were in danger overseas has pleaded not guilty to federal charges in Los Angeles.
Federal prosecutors say two people have pleaded guilty to international trafficking of endangered rhinoceros horn to China and Vietnam.
The FBI says three people wanted on federal fraud charges in connection with a $25 million investment scheme based in Detroit have been arrested in Southern California.
Retired U.S. Army Major To Be Sentenced For Accepting Bribes From Contractors Delivering Water To Troops
A retired U.S. Army major from Moreno Valley is set to be sentenced Wednesday for accepting bribes from contractors delivering bottled water to troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Eight Los Angeles medical professionals people, including two doctors, are in custody Wednesday after a nationwide Medicare fraud sweep.
A Florida man is expected to enter a guilty plea in a Los Angeles federal court Monday to charges of hacking into the email accounts of celebrities including Scarlett Johansson, Christina Aguilera, and Mila Kunis.
A Romanian citizen has been indicted on federal charges of hacking into NASA computers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, causing more than $500,000 in damage.
Three men suspected of attempting to smuggle a boatload of marijuana are expected to appear in court Monday on federal drug trafficking charges.
Eight Southern California men were arrested Friday during a federal law enforcement sweep targeting alleged users and distributors of child pornography.
A Nigerian American has been indicted on federal stowaway charges after authorities say he breached three layers of airport security when he got on a cross-country flight with an expired boarding pass.
Two men were arrested Thursday for allegedly getting people to invest in a bogus movie they claimed Britney Spears and Nick Nolte would star in, federal prosecutors said.
Ten people face federal charges in an “advance fee” Nigerian E-mail scam, in which elderly victims in Southern California and elsewhere were conned out of more than $1.5 million.