A former doctor has been sentenced to more than 11 years in prison for a string of frauds, money laundering, and illegal prescription-writing, according to a Justice Department release last week.
A West African woman claims to have escaped from the Kuwaiti captors she was sold to four years ago and who had kept her locked for months in a Cleveland apartment, according to News 5 Cleveland.
Federal prosecutors in New York charged on Tuesday Turkey’s second-largest state-bank with money laundering and violating US sanctions against Iran.
The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 15 individuals who had lured and sexually exploited children via the Internet, the Office announced Wednesday on its Facebook page.
After having denied wrongdoing for more than a year, US Congressman Chris Collins resigned on Monday and pleaded guilty on Tuesday to conspiracy to commit securities fraud and lying to federal investigators, according to multiple media reports.
The Pennsylvania-based pharmaceutical company Mylan N.V. agreed to pay US$30 million to settle accusations of overcharging Medicaid for its allergy treatment product, the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, announced on Friday.
The US House of Representatives said on Monday it has issued a subpoena to President Donald Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and sent letters requesting information to three of his associates over a back-channel campaign to gather information in Ukraine damaging to the President’s rivals.
A former Mexican Attorney General was convicted of protecting and facilitating a cartel’s drug trafficking activities and has been sentenced to 20 years in prison, according to a Thursday press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York.
A US Coast Guard crew captured a 40-foot (12-meter) long submarine on Tuesday that was carrying nearly 5.5 tons of cocaine worth US$ 164 million.
Georgian authorities arrested last week several members of a child-trafficking crime group, accusing them of illegal production and distribution of child sexual exploitation material.
American officials charged with coordinating Hurricane María relief efforts in Puerto Rico have been indicted for accepting bribes and committing fraud, a US Department of Justice press release stated Tuesday.
Authorities in several countries have arrested nearly 300 scammers, most operating from Nigeria, a US Department of Justice press release stated Tuesday.
A Mexican cartel leader who worked under Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman was sentenced to 12 years in prison for selling cocaine in the Western District of New York, the Department of Justice said on Wednesday.
The US Justice Department filed corruption charges this week against a Korean husbanding company CEO that resupplied and worked with American naval ships, including aircraft carriers.
Congressmen of both the Democratic and Republican parties introduced a bill on Thursday intended to fund foreign anti-corruption efforts in support of democracy.
New Mexico’s Supreme Court will have the chance to clarify a vaguely written state law that has been used to prosecute public officials for corruption, should it choose to do so.
The FBI arrested Puerto Rico’s former Secretary of Education and Health Insurance Administration head on Wednesday as part of an investigation into the allocation of government contracts.
A Federal Grand Jury in New York is investigating Elliott Broidy, a Republican fundraiser and vice chair of Trump’s inaugural committee, over his business deals with other countries, AP reported on Monday.
Wolf of Wall Street producer Riza Aziz plead not guilty on Friday to charges that he illegally received nearly $250 million in public funds.
The Chicago police department announced on Wednesday the arrest of 170 people during ‘Operation Independence’, a precursor to Fourth of July festivities.
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