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Rep. Santos faces new charges he stole donor IDs, made unauthorized charges to their credit cards

NEW YORK (AP) — A new indictment filed Tuesday charged U.S. Rep. George Santos with stealing the identities of donors to his campaign and then using their credit cards to ring up tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized charges. Prosecutors...


Trump seethes through the start of trial in New York lawsuit accusing him of lying about his wealth

NEW YORK (AP) — Aggrieved and defiant, former President Donald Trump spent a day in court Monday for the sometimes testy start of a trial in a fraud lawsuit that could cost him control of Trump Tower and other prized properties. "Disgraceful...


George Santos says ex-fundraiser caught using a fake name tried a new tactic: spelling it backwards

NEW YORK (AP) — When the invitation to lunch at the Empire State Building first arrived last summer, some of George Santos' campaign staffers were wary. The sender described himself as a deep-pocketed donor, eager to max out his contribution to...


Investigators pour over evidence from the home of alleged Gilgo Beach serial killer as search ends

NEW YORK (AP) — An intense police search of the Long Island home of Rex Heuermann is now complete, authorities said Tuesday as they ended a 12-day hunt for evidence that involved ripping up the yard and the discovery of basement vault containing...


Long Island architect charged in 3 of the Gilgo Beach serial killings

RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — A Long Island architect was charged Friday with murder in the deaths of three of the 11 victims in a long-unsolved string of killings known as the Gilgo Beach murders after detectives pursuing a new lead say they matched DNA...


The FDA is being asked to look into Logan Paul's energy drink, which has the caffeine of 6 Coke cans

NEW YORK (AP) — An influencer-backed energy drink that has earned viral popularity among children is facing scrutiny from lawmakers and health experts over its potentially dangerous levels of caffeine. On Sunday, Sen. Charles Schumer called on the...


Rep. George Santos' aunt and dad signed his bail bond to keep him out of jail while awaiting trial

NEW YORK (AP) — The two people who bailed Rep. George Santos out of federal custody have been revealed to be his father and his aunt, a detail the Republican fought to keep secret as he faces criminal charges and swirling questions about his financ... Full story


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