A prosecutor in Saint Paul, Minnesota, unsealed on Thursday the indictment of another 21 people allegedly involved in a sex trafficking enterprise that lured poor women from Thailand to the United States and then turned them into sex slaves.
U.S. authorities arrested Thursday dozens of suspected members of a gang tied to multiple serious crimes and seized their weapons, drugs, credit card making machines and other items.
Anti-corruption police in four countries are investigating a British firm for allegedly bribing a Norwegian official to forge the export license of seven naval vessels that ended up in the hands of a Nigerian warlord, the Guardian reported Sunday.
Washington law enforcement arrested six people suspected of running an organized prostitution ring through Internet ads.
A U.S. government report shows that drug traffickers adapt their techniques in response to increased overland security defying President Trump’s logic that a border wall will prevent the entry of illicit drugs, InSight Crime reported Monday.
Mexican authorities captured on Tuesday Sinaloa cartel kingpin Damaso Lopez who was once Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman’s right-hand man, the Guardian reported.
Chinese anti-corruption authorities published Thursday the foreign addresses for 22 of its "most wanted" suspects, who they believe to be living around the world in plain sight.
A Brooklyn federal judge on Monday ordered Brazil’s engineering giant Odebrecht to pay a US$2.6 billion fine to Brazil, Switzerland, and the U.S. after the company admitted in December to running a vast bribery operation, the BBC reported.
Alfredo Beltran Leyva, an ex drug cartel leader once allied with Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman received a life sentence in a U.S. prison on Wednesday after pleading guilty to running a drug trafficking operation that smuggled tons of cocaine and methamphetamine into the U.S.
Hackers posing as students applying for financial aid fraudulently obtained 8,000 tax refunds, costing the US government $30 million and exposing thousands of people to identity theft, the Internal Revenue Service announced Thursday.
Federal agents raided on Wednesday the Los Angeles-area facilities of a business suspected to be involved in a US$ 50 million visa fraud operation that helped rich Chinese nationals, some fugitives, obtain green cards.
New York police arrested on Wednesday infamous mobster Vincent Asaro, 82, along with John Gotti, 23, the grandson and namesake of late "Teflon Don," who headed the Gambino family, on charges of arson.
United States authorities announced the arrest of a Lithuanian man for scamming two large technology firms into wiring him US$ 100 million in an elaborate phishing scheme.
The operations manager at metals-refining company NTR Metals was charged on Thursday with taking part in a gold smuggling network that made billions of dollars from illegal mines in Peru.
Authorities arrested 12 people suspected of having made US$12 million by stealing electronics or printer ink cartridges from stores like Staples, Office Depot or BestBuy and then reselling them on Amazon and eBay.
Nine high-ranking Navy officers were arrested for accepting luxury travel, elaborate dinners and prostitutes from a Malaysian defense contractor in exchange for classified Navy information, U.S. authorities said Tuesday.
Volkswagen finalized Friday a US$ 4.3 billion settlement with the US Justice Department after being caught using secret software to cheat emissions tests over the last six years.
A U.S. attorney plead guilty Monday to systematically extorting a total of US$ 6 million from people who illegally downloaded pornographic movies.
A Southern California aircraft broker has pleaded guilty to laundering drug money and buying airplanes for Mexican cartels to ship narcotics.
Thanks to a tip off from a hotel worker, the Department of Justice has uncovered a complex network of international money laundering and fraud that authorities say conned over 170 people and six companies out of US$ 13 million.
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