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Dance Moms Spoilers: Abby Lee Miller Asking Delay in Judge for $5M Fraud Case

By Jenn Loro - Jun 05, 2016 11:50 AM EDT

‘Dance Moms’ star and ALDC coach Abby Lee Miller is currently embroiled in a series of fraud charges that could possibly put her behind bars for five years including $5 million in fines. Meanwhile, 13-year-old JoJo Siwa is currently under fire for failing to appear in a dance competition along with ALDC teammates.

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Dance Moms Spoilers and News: Chloe Lukasiak Returning In Season 7?

By Jenn Loro - Jun 02, 2016 09:57 AM EDT

Amid a decline in TV ratings following Ziegler sisters’ exit in season 6, rumors of a possible comeback of Maddie’s rival and bestfriend, Chloe Lukasiak, has been making rounds online after the latter’s Instagram post regarding a ‘big project.’ However, her ‘big project’ has nothing to do with ‘Dance Moms’ but still related to her greatest passion, dancing.

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Dance Moms Spoilers: Season 6 Star Kara Girard's Past Criminal Records Reexamined

By Jenn Loro - May 28, 2016 09:34 AM EDT

New media expose’ reveals Dance Moms star Kira Girard’s, previously known as Kira Salazar, past criminal records that included 4 felony charges plus an attempted theft back in 2005. Tracey Reasons previously revealed in the show that Kira Girard, mother of season 5 ALDC dancer Kalani Hilliker, was previously arrested on credit card fraud charges which Girard denied.

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Online Privacy Issues Keep Americans from Transacting Online

By Jenn Loro - May 18, 2016 09:56 AM EDT

Americans are now limiting the amount of the transactions they make online highlighting the fears in the age of online digital insecurity, a recent survey by the US Department of Commerce revealed. Concerns over privacy and online security have been cited as the main reasons why more than half of surveyed American households have shied away from transacting online.


WhatsApp Has Now One Billion Active Users!

By Jenn Loro - Feb 03, 2016 10:06 AM EST

Facebook-acquired messaging service WhatsApp has just reached the 1-billion-strong users milestone.

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‘Dance Moms’ Season 6 Spoilers: Abby Lee Miller Continues to Film Despite Fraud Charges

By Cheri Cheng - Oct 19, 2015 03:34 PM EDT

"Dance Moms" season 6 is still filming with Abby Lee Miller despite her fraud charges.

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‘Dance Moms’ Alums Throw Shade at Abby Lee Miller Amid Fraud Charges

By Cheri Cheng - Oct 16, 2015 11:40 AM EDT

Abby Lee Miller was indicted on fraud charges and it seems like "Dance Moms" alums are more than happy about her legal issues.

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‘Dance Moms’ Season 6 Spoilers: Abby Lee Miller Leaving Show after being Indicted for Fraud?

By Cheri Cheng - Oct 14, 2015 03:05 PM EDT

Abby Lee Miller from "Dance Moms" has been indicted on charges of bankruptcy fraud.

Whole Foods Apologizes for Ripping Off Customers, Pays Massive Fine

Whole Foods Apologizes for Ripping Off Customers, Pays Massive Fine

By Dustin M Braden - Jul 03, 2015 12:43 PM EDT

Whole Foods, the purveyor of organic and high-quality natural products that has helped to redefine what consumers demand in their food, has admitted to overcharging its customers for certain products.


FIFA Officials Arrested for Corruption

By Cheri Cheng - May 27, 2015 09:48 AM EDT

Federal prosecutors have indicted "two generations of soccer officials" on corruption charges.


Serial Bride With 10 Husbands Admits She Marries to Help Beaus Get US Citizenship

By Maria Slither - Apr 14, 2015 01:37 PM EDT

Liana Barrientos, also known as the ‘serial bride’ has received charges of felony and fraud for marrying ten husbands without divorcing.

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FBI Raids Florida Firm with Employee Featured in 'Wolf of Wall Street'

By Dustin M Braden - Jan 14, 2015 07:24 PM EST

A company whose executive vice president inspired one of the characters in the film 'Wolf of Wall Street' was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Kremlin Critic Navalny Cuts Off Ankle Bracelet, Renounces House Arrest

Kremlin Critic Sentenced in Fraud Case

By Dustin M Braden - Dec 30, 2014 06:57 PM EST

A prominent anti-government activist in Russia was given a suspended sentence of three years for charges of fraud.

Wall Street believed guilty of commodities abuses, driving up prices for everyone

Wall Street believed guilty of commodities abuses, driving up prices for everyone

By Dustin M Braden - Nov 19, 2014 08:19 PM EST

An investigation by the U.S. Senate has found that major Wall Street firms actively drove up the price of key commodities, increasing the price of everything from a can of soda to a barrel of oil.

Tea Party groups stole charitable donations meant for US soldiers serving overseas

Tea Party groups stole charitable donations meant for US soldiers serving overseas

By Dustin M Braden - Aug 05, 2014 11:43 AM EDT

A new report claims that a charity that claimed to support the troops actually misled donors about their activities and instead used the money to support the political activities of Tea Party-affiliated political groups.

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