U.S. intelligence and security agencies believe that someone from Russia is responsible for recently discovered, ongoing cyber compromises of both government and non-governmental networks, the agencies said Tuesday in a jointstatement.
A judge in the Southern District of New York sentenced a former U.S. resident to four years in prison on Monday, making him the first taxpayer in the United States to be incarcerated for crimes revealed in the Panama Papers investigation.
A 30-year-old Moldovan national pleaded guilty in a U.S. court to participation in a transnational cybercrime organization that caused more than half a billion dollars in losses, the US Department of Justice said on Friday.
A former Venezuelan national treasurer was sentenced to 10 years in prison on Tuesday after pleading guilty to receiving over US$1 billion in bribes as part of a currency exchange and money laundering scheme, the United States Department of Justice said.
The former CEO of a United States healthcare charity admitted to her role in misusing millions of dollars of charity money to bribe public officials and buy political influence in Missouri and Arkansas, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.
U.S. federal lawyers have issued grand jury subpoenas to request evidence for their wide ranging probe into global sports corruption with people expected to appear in court as early as this week, The New York Times reported on Wednesday.
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