Santos has maintained his innocence despite Thursday's scathing report and calls from many of his colleagues to step down.
After the House Ethics Committee released its scathing report, George Santos says he will not seek reelection, as they move to expel him.
A former fundraiser for U.S. Rep. George Santos has pleaded guilty to a federal wire fraud charge. Sam Miele admitted Tuesday that he impersonated a high-ranking congressional aide while trying to rake in campaign cash for Santos, the embattled New York Republican.
Rep. George Santos has easily survived a vote to expel him from the House as most Republicans opted to withhold punishment as both his criminal trial and a House Ethics Committee investigation proceed.
A group of Republicans from New York is set to force a vote Wednesday on expelling indicted Rep. George Santos from the House of Representatives.
U.S. Rep. George Santos has pleaded not guilty to on a revised indictment accusing him of several frauds, including making tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized charges on credit cards belonging to his campaign donors.
Amidst the efforts on Capitol Hill to nominate a new speaker of the House, embattled Rep. George Santos attracted attention with a profanity-laced tirade directed at a man he called a "terrorist sympathizer" who was later arrested.
Six New York Republicans introduced the measure to expel Santos from Congress, one day after santos was hit with 23 new federal charges.
Santos' seat is seen as a key target for New York Democrats who are trying to reverse a series of unexpected losses in last year's congressional elections.
Rep. George Santos has been charged with stealing donor IDs and making unauthorized charges to their credit cards.
Former U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi is launching a campaign to retake the New York congressional seat held by Rep. George Santos as the besieged Republican congressman faces criminal charges on money laundering and lying to Congress.
Marks’ plea is scheduled to take place in a Central Islip courtroom on Thursday afternoon. It comes as Santos faces a 13-count federal indictment centered on charges of money laundering and lying to Congress in an earlier financial disclosure.
Sapraicone has already raised well over $500k with plans to run on what he calls an honest ticket to ultimately return integrity and a respected voice in a district that he says desperately needs it.
It still isn't completely clear how he made his living prior to being elected. The disclosures, which are filed with the House Committee on Ethics, provide a public snapshot of a representative's personal finances.
A former fundraiser for U.S. Rep. George Santos has been indicted on federal charges that he impersonated a high-ranking congressional aide while soliciting contributions for the New York Republican’s campaign.
Congressional campaign records show George Santos raised a relatively paltry $138,000 during the last three months for a reelection bid that is expected to be one of the country's most-watched and hotly contested races in 2024.
Santos faces charges that he duped donors, stole from his campaign, collected fraudulent unemployment benefits and lied to Congress about being a millionaire.
Santos' lawyer had insisted on keeping the names a secret, saying "great harm" could come from disclosing who kept the congressman out of jail.
The documents are set to be unsealed Thursday by noon.
A federal judge has granted the request to unseal records revealing bond helpers in Rep. George Santos' fraud case.