A Malaysian subsidiary ofGoldman Sachs pleaded guilty Thursday to charges in a scheme to pay more than US$1 billion in bribes to Malaysian and Abu Dhabi officials to obtain lucrative business.
The U.S. judiciary has charged 10 Russian nationals in a scheme to smuggle mostly stolen iPhones, iPads and Apple watches worth an estimated US$50 million into Russia.
Police in several European countries, the U.S. and Canada on Tuesday arrested 179 suspected vendors and buyers who allegedly engaged in tens of thousands of sales of illicit goods on the dark web, Europol said in a statement on Tuesday.
Former FBI director Louis J. Freeh, whom Tallinn hired to help prove to U.S authorities that Estonia was a victim in the Danske Bank money laundering scandal, has previously negotiated a settlement with the U.S. on behalf of a major Russian client accused of large-scale money laundering.
TheU.S. Justice Department charged on Tuesday two Chinese hackers with targeting U.S. companies involved in the development of COVID-19 vaccines, testing technology, and treatments, with the intention of probing for vulnerabilities in their computer networks.
A recently leaked document from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reveals the agency is aware that criminals have “ever-increasing opportunities” to launder money through the country’s several trillion dollar private investment fund industry.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel confirmed last week that hackers tied to the Russian military intelligence, GRU, have compromised her email accounts and those of other Bundestag lawmakers back in 2015.
US authorities have arrested a former agent with the FBI for accepting more than US$200,000 in bribes and gifts from the Armenian mafia in exchange for sensitive legal information.
The FBI has opened an investigation into possible corruption related to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration’s issuance of permits for construction on a multibillion-dollar natural gas pipeline project, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.
Italian police and the FBI arrested on Wednesday 19 members of two Italian Mafia clans that were trying to build up their criminal power in Palermo while maintaining their connections in the United States.
Dozens of parents, including Hollywood actresses, have been arrested and charged alongside test administrators and elite college sports coaches in multiple states across the US in a multi-million dollar scheme that facilitated admission into elite colleges across the US in return for bribes.
Authorities in five countries arrested 74 suspects in an operation aimed at disrupting email fraud schemes that intercept and hijack wire transfers from businesses and individuals, the FBI announced Monday.
People targeted by cyber criminals have lost over US$1.4 billion in 2017, most of it in relation to romance and confidence schemes and hacked email accounts, an FBI report released Monday shows.
A New York hedge fund manager was arrested on Thursday and charged with stealing more than US$ 19 million from investors and then spending much of it on his own lavish lifestyle, the US Justice Department said.
US law enforcement is intensifying a criminal investigation into a multi-billion dollar alleged fraud at Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MBD), Bloomberg reported Thursday.
United States investigators have uncovered a money laundering operation run by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) that transferred funds to an alleged ISIS supporter in the US using fake eBay transactions, The Wall Street Journal reported.
One sitting and one former mayor in the US state of Pennsylvania have been charged in a long-term federal corruption investigation, according to indictments released Wednesday.
A record 412 people have been charged with collectively defrauding the US government of US$ 1.3 billion, in what Attorney General Jeff Sessions called "the largest healthcare fraud takedown operation in American history," the Department of Justice announced Thursday.
Virginia police announced Friday the indictment of 43 people on more than 743 charges after a two-year, multi-agency investigation into cigarette trafficking, banking fraud and money laundering.
The Washington, DC medical examiner said that Mikhail Lesin, the founder of Russia Today (RT) and close aide of Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin, “died of blunt force trauma to the head,” reported the Washington Post.
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