Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter
Connect your Digital Journal account with Facebook or Twitter to use this feature.
Connect
Log In Sign Up

Scandal News

As I Lay Dying lead says his band faked their faith

The imprisoned lead singer of the band As I Lay Dying has accused the group of faking their faith. Members have also reacted to the claims as well leading to a debate by fans as to who is telling the truth.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Back-door cash for corpses at Madrid University

Madrid - In May, a scandal was uncovered involving hundreds of cadavers, piled up in a basement at the Complutense University in Madrid, Spain. The scene, resembling a "chamber of horrors" or an episode of "The Walking Dead," is an ongoing scandal it seems.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Stem cell researchers fake evidence

Tokyo - A push for results may have led some researchers at RIKEN in Tokyo to fake some information and compromise research guidelines. Japanese officials are planning to shut their research down after reviewing a few of their papers.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

FIFA Lawyer’s cup probe involves meetings in Australia

As part of an extended probe into corruption allegations over choosing the 2022 World Cup host city, FIFA special investigator Michael Garcia quietly met with FFA officials in Sydney.
In the Media by Simon Crompton

Watergate conspirator Jeb Magruder dies at 79

Danbury - Watergate conspirator Jeb Stuart Magruder, who became a minister after serving time in prison for his role in the scandal that forced Richard Nixon to resign the presidency in 1974, has died.
In the Media by Nathan Salant - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Top VA health official resigns but was it really 'under fire'?

The top official for Veterans health care services resigned Friday, in what is being called the result of the growing scandal over alleged delays in care and falsifying of records at veteran's hospitals.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Japan stem cell body splashes cash on luxury furniture

Tokyo - A publicly-funded research institute in Japan, already embattled after accusing one of its own stem cell scientists of faking data, has spent tens of thousands of dollars on designer Italian furniture, reportedly to use up its budget.
In the Media by AFP

Japan lawmaker resigns over $8 mn loan scandal

Tokyo - A senior Japanese politician has announced he is resigning as his party's leader, despite insisting that he spent an undeclared $8 million loan not on politics but on personal items -- including an ornamental rake.
In the Media by AFP

Sean Connery found not guilty in Marbella property scandal

Marbella - The former James Bond star, Sean Connery, has recently been cleared in a property scandal in Marbella in southern Spain. However his wife is still under investigation in the "Goldfinger case," as it has been dubbed by the media.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

US suspends 34 nuclear missile officers over exam cheating

Washington - The US military has suspended 34 officers in charge of launching nuclear missiles for cheating on a proficiency test, Air Force leaders said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP

US suspends 34 nuclear missile officers over exam cheating

Washington - The US military has suspended 34 officers in charge of launching nuclear missiles for cheating on a proficiency test, Air Force leaders said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP

New Japan research scandal brewing over Alzheimer's study

Tokyo - Japan's health ministry said Friday it was probing claims falsified data was used in an Alzheimer's disease study involving major pharmaceutical firms, a day after filing an unrelated criminal complaint against Swiss drugs giant Novartis.
In the Media by AFP

The fungal meningitis outbreak, one year on

A year ago, Digital Journal began a series of reports highlighting the scandal of contaminated medicines distributed across the U.S., an incident where over 700 people became infected . One year on, the U.S. CDC has published an in-depth review.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

Quinn: Anthony Weiner 'not qualified' to be New York's mayor

New York - Democratic mayoral primary candidate Christine Quinn insists that Anthony Weiner is not worthy of the mayoral position, citing his scandals and his record in congress.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 1 comment

Spanish PM to give 'version' of slush fund story to Parliament

Madrid - After massive demonstrations throughout Spain, together with pressure from the opposition party, Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said on Monday that he will appear in the Spanish Parliament to give his side of the "slush fund" story.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Op-Ed: Global banks are rate rigging in Singapore

The Monetary Authority of Singapore censured banks for trying to rig benchmark interest rates. Many important, global banks are involved, but the consequences are insignificant.
In the Media by Monty Spivak

Czech Premier to resign amid corruption and spying scandal

Czech Prime Minister Petr Necas has announced his resignation on Sunday, over a corruption scandal involved with his Chief of Staff, Jana Nagyova.
In the Media by Saunon Malek

Op-Ed: Sell these major banks involved in corruption and scandals

JPMorgan, Bank of America, HSBC Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, have been involved in both money laundering and LIBOR scandals. Should you trust management and invest in these banks?
In the Media by Monty Spivak - 1 comment

Op-Ed: America the Once Beautiful

As Americans we have become hardened to the realities of our life, making the most of a bad situation and accepting that there can be very little change in the situation in Washington DC.
In the Media by Donald Quinn

Obama criticism 'offensive,' but Benghazi is not Paris

Washington - Making the Sunday morning press circuits, White House insider Dan Pfeiffer condemned GOP criticisms of President Obama as "offensive" and "absurd," while Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) insisted on a need for greater embassy security.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 3 comments

Woodward: Benghazi akin to Watergate and 'a very serious issue'

Speaking on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe,' Pulitzer prize-winning investigative journalist Bob Woodward compared Benghazi to Watergate, saying it is a "very serious issue."
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 13 comments

50,000 tonnes of beef recalled by Dutch food safety authority

The Dutch food safety authority has recalled 50,000 tonnes of beef that they deem unfit for human consumption and that may contain horsemeat. The European horsemeat scandal continues.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 10 comments

Pope gives final general audience as controversy still looms

Rome - In his final public gesture as leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Benedict says goodbye to tens of thousands gathered in St. Peter’s Square.
In the Media by Greta McClain

Ikea in Europe withdraws wiener sausages due to horsemeat

Recently Ikea in Europe withdrew its stock of Swedish meatballs, after tests found horsemeat content. Now it seems their wiener sausages are also suspect.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Documents fuel conjecture of Pope's resignation, immunity request

Providence - The release of court documents involving a Roman Catholic organization is fueling speculation that Pope Benedict was forced to resign.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 3 comments

FBI raids offices of donor linked to Senator Bob Menendez

West Palm Beach - Amid allegations of procuring underage prostitutes in the Dominican Republic, the FBI has now raided the offices of a Doctor linked to the Democrat senator.
In the Media by Eric Morales

Big science stories of 2012 retracted

Over the course of 2012 a number of big science stories, some of which made the headlines, were retracted (or 'called back in') due to issues with the research.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 5 comments

News Corps ends scandalized year at loss of more than $2 billion

News Corp, one of the world's most powerful publishing conglomerates, is rounding off a scandal-rocked financial year with reports of astonishing capital losses.
In the Media by Chris Stewart - 6 comments

Retired bishop Peter Ball arrested in child abuse investigation

Langport - A retired bishop of the Church of England has been arrested by police investigating allegations of child sexual abuse. He was arrested at his home this morning on suspicion of eight separate offences.
In the Media by Steve Hayes - 2 comments

Jimmy Savile was banned from Children in Need

Jimmy Savile was banned from involvement in Children in Need, the BBC's corporate fund raising vehicle for children's charities, due to rumours he was a paedophile, says former Chairman Sir Roger Jones.
In the Media by Steve Hayes
  1 2 3 4 5 Next»

Set up a news alert for

Scandal


Scandal Image

Reuters Pictures of the Year 2013: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford responds to the Toronto police investigati...
With permission by Reuters / Mark Blinch
Reuters Pictures of the Year 2013: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford responds to the Toronto police investigation dubbed "Project Brazen 2" to the media at City Hall in Toronto
image:162942:6::0
Jimmy Savile at Leeds General Infirmary in 1974.
The Universe Catholic Archives
Jimmy Savile at Leeds General Infirmary in 1974.
image:127898:1::0
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie arrives at city hall in Fort Lee  New Jersey January 9  2014  to ...
With permission by Reuters / Eric Thayer
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie arrives at city hall in Fort Lee, New Jersey January 9, 2014, to meet with mayor Mark Sokolich
image:165134:0::0
Pudsey  the iconic Children in Need bear.
Mikeseye Photographic
Pudsey, the iconic Children in Need bear.
image:129747:0::0
Jacob Zuma s homestead  built with over R200 million of stolen taxpayer money.
Citypress.co.za
Jacob Zuma's homestead, built with over R200 million of stolen taxpayer money.
image:162140:0::0
Mark Thompson s new position as CEO of the New York Times is called into question as doubts arise as...
Ben Sutherland
Mark Thompson's new position as CEO of the New York Times is called into question as doubts arise as to what he knew about the Savile scandal whilst he was at the BBC.
image:129274:0::0
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) departs City Hall in Fort Lee  New Jersey January 9  2014. Ch...
With permission by Reuters / Lucas Jackson
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) departs City Hall in Fort Lee, New Jersey January 9, 2014. Christie met with the mayor of Fort Lee to discuss a brewing scandal to settle a political score
image:165133:1::0
Amid allegations of child sexual assault  Jimmy Savile has been stripped of his honorary doctorate b...
Damingo@glasgow
Amid allegations of child sexual assault, Jimmy Savile has been stripped of his honorary doctorate by the University of Bedfordshire. Photograph of a graduation ceremony.
image:128104:0::0
Meic Stevens claims Jimmy Savile offered to procure young girls for him.
jonni
Meic Stevens claims Jimmy Savile offered to procure young girls for him.
image:128487:0::0
BBC Panorama documentary questions BBC decision to kill a Newsnight story about Jimmy Savile allegat...
Kylezoa
BBC Panorama documentary questions BBC decision to kill a Newsnight story about Jimmy Savile allegations.
image:129162:1::0
Untitled
NPR
image:150070:0::0
Jimmy Savile pretending to be St. Nicholas.
Radiothings.com
Jimmy Savile pretending to be St. Nicholas.
image:128203:1::0
In the light of the scandalous allegations of child sexual assault by Jimmy Savile  memorials to his...
Dixon+
In the light of the scandalous allegations of child sexual assault by Jimmy Savile, memorials to his memory, including his gravestone, are being taken down.
image:127791:0::0
George Entwistle  the director general of the BBC has resigned in the wake of a controversial broadc...
BBC
George Entwistle, the director general of the BBC has resigned in the wake of a controversial broadcast on child sexual abuse, the BBC announced Saturday night.
image:130837:2::0

Latest News
Top News

Buy an ad on DigitalJournal.com

Corporate

Help & Support

News Links

copyright © 2014 digitaljournal.com   |   powered by dell servers