90-year-old Ruby Van Scoten loses $227k as a result of Lynrocten FCU's closure and takes action against the NCUA.
Michael LaJoice changes his plea to guilty, admitting he stole $18M from the failed credit union at which he served.
Credit unions should watch out for even more cybercrime as they head into the holidays.
Credit unions receive help with cyber-crimes from the U.S. Treasury Department.
A man pleads guilty to using a credit union as a front in a massive bitcoin scheme.
Just in time for Halloween, CU Times reveals the most ridiculous disguises worn by criminals into branches across the country.
Shanice M. Mano, formerly of Credit Union 1, changes her plea from not guilty to guilty on Oct. 11.
The NCUA Board Chairman discusses the agency’s latest efforts to address cyberattacks hitting financial institutions.
Credit unions witness a steady increase in credit card fraud cases in 2015.
The Cooperative Credit Union Association says four CUs have reported an increase in counterfeit corporate checks.