NEW YORK - One St. John's University student was ordered to make meals at a veteran administrator's home.
WASHINGTON - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi promised four years ago that Democrats would lead "the most honest, most open, most ethical Congress in history." But as her party defends its record with its majority in jeopardy, two prominent Democrats await ethics trials.
DAVENPORT, Iowa - The last of nine former employees of a U.S.
Ryan Leaf is up early each day and often out the door before his parents get up.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A former Rhodes and Fulbright scholar who pleaded guilty in a bizarre case of deception and double identities has been sentenced to nearly five years in prison and ordered to pay more than $700,000 in restitution.
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- FBI tracked desegration suit against Bryant, 'Bama
- 2 more plead guilty in Obama student loan case
- 3rd pleads guilty in Obama student loan case
- Lawyer: Client who viewed Obama records was bored
- Guilty plea entered in Obama student loan case
- Man accused of duping Harvard got into Stanford
- Michigan admits to NCAA violations in football
- 9 in Iowa plead not guilty in Obama loan case
- Company fired 9 charged with accessing Obama loans
- 9 indicted on charges of accessing Obama records
- Stolen loan data found in police evidence room
- Woman with 2 identities pleads guilty to fraud
- Student loan company: Data on 3.3M people stolen
- UK halts school aid to Kenyan gov't over fraud
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