Federal authorities charged 41 people in connection with what they call multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud conspiracies in New York.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested 24 people in a case that had losses of about $60 million, Jim Margolin, an agency spokesman, said Thursday. U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara in New York was scheduled to hold an afternoon press conference to announce charges against the 41 individuals.

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