Report: Feds probing Jesse Jackson Jr.'s finances
October 12, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A report says investigators are looking into Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.'s finances.
The Sun-Times reports federal authorities are investigating alleged suspicious activity surrounding the congressman's U.S. House finances.
A spokesman for Jackson says he's unaware of any investigation.
Jackson recently returned to Washington after a stay at the Mayo Clinic, where he received treatment for a bipolar disorder.
The FBI will neither confirm nor deny that an investigation is under way.
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