International Money Launderer Sentenced to over 11 Years in Federal Prison for Laundering Millions from Cyber Crime Schemes

Savannah, Georgia - A Canadian man was sentenced Wednesday to 140 months in federal prison for conspiring to launder tens of millions of dollars stolen in various wire and bank fraud schemes, including a massive online banking theft by North Korean cyber criminals that is part of a pending case in Los Angeles.

Protecting Yourself from Health Care Fraud

Phoenix, Arizona - In honor of National Report Medicare Fraud Day on Sunday, September 12, the FBI Phoenix Division is encouraging the public to be aware of health care fraud, and actions you can take to help prevent yourself from falling victim.

Justice Department, EPA and the State of Michigan Reach Clean Air Act Settlement with Arbor Hills Energy LLC

Detroit, Michigan - Arbor Hills Energy LLC (AHE) has agreed to significantly reduce, if not virtually eliminate, AHE’s sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions at its landfill gas-to-energy facility (Facility) in Northville, Michigan, to resolve alleged Clean Air Act and State law violations.

Justice Department Sues Texas Over Senate Bill 8

Washington, DC - Attorney General Merrick B. Garland announced Thursday that the Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to prevent the State of Texas from enforcing Senate Bill 8 (SB8), which went into effect on September 1 and effectively bans most abortions in the state. The complaint seeks a declaratory judgment that SB8 is invalid under the Supremacy Clause and the Fourteenth Amendment, is preempted by federal law, and violates the doctrine of intergovernmental immunity.

Man Pleads Guilty to the Sexual Abuse of a Two-Year-Old and a Seven-Year-Old Child in Order to Produce Images of the Abuse

Baltimore, Maryland - A Maryland man pleaded guilty Tuesday to two counts of production of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography, in connection with his sexual abuse of two minor children.