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Dishonesty Begets Dishonesty and Spreads Like a Contagion

The World Bank estimates that globally at least $1 trillion is used annually for bribes and corrupt exchanges of all types, in business and government. ...


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Costly Bad Advice

When a bank teller accidentally deposited $120,000 in the wrong account, the account’s owners went on a shopping spree. State police said a Montoursville, ...


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Montana Men Sentenced to Wear Signs Admitting Lies

Two defendants who appeared in Judge Greg Pinksi’s Montana Cascade County District court received unique punishments as part of the sentencing phase ...


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Cash-Filled Wallets Planted Globally Teach Us About Honesty

So picture this: You're a receptionist at a hotel. Someone says they found a lost wallet but they're in a hurry. They hand it to you. What would ...


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NYPD Fools Facial Recognition Software with Celebrity Pics

A recent investigative report alleges that the New York Police Department routinely abused facial recognition software by submitting photos of celebrity ...


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Hollywood Actors Arrested in College Admissions Fraud

In a coordinated effort across state lines, federal authorities announced charges and arrests for fifty people involved in a $25 million fraud operation ...


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Fake Minister Performs Identity Theft on Wedding Party

If a high-profile pastor officiating a wedding upstages the bride and groom, people might refer to that as “stealing the show.” One officiant ...


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Counterfeit Zebras Alleged at Local Zoo

A local student went to the zoo, and was surprised when he took a closer look at the enclosure for the zebras.

Mahmoud Sarhan was motivated to post what ...


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Former NBA Player Prosecuted for Charity Fraud

A federal judge recently sentenced retired NBA forward Kermit Washington, 66, to six years without parole for his role in a charity-related fraud scheme, ...


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The Craziest Late-to-Work Excuses

The rain, a pileup on the freeway—"the boss has heard them all," said Gene Marks in The Washington Post. Excuses for being late to work are essentially ...


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