Here’s a look at some of the unforgettable white-collar crimes in the nation’s history.
Jeffrey SkillingFormer Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling listens to questions after being sentenced on fraud and conspiracy charges on Oct. 23, 2006, in connection with the Enron scandal. The scandal, which involved accounting fraud, was the catalyst to the collapse of one of the largest companies in the United States. Skilling was ordered to serve 24 years and four months in prison, the harshest punishment by far in the energy company's demise. BRETT COOMER/AP
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump lit the National Christmas Tree for the first time. The program was hosted by television personality Kathie Lee Gifford and actor Dean Cain and featured performances by the Beach Boys, Jack Wagner, Wynonna Judd, Craig Campbell and others.