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The federal government should adopt "fair chance" policies for the formerly incarcerated, these two advocates say.
"Straight to Hell," the new book from @GSElevator mastermind John LeFevre, offers a "naked look" at global finance, says Turney Duff.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, an infamous drug lords, escaped from his maximum security prison cell through a tunnel dug from the shower, The NYT reports.
A surge in violent crime has forced Baltimore's mayor into a quandary: Corralling the police and reining in crime, The NY Times reports.
A reporter gets robbed in Mexico City while he is live on-air.
The man accused of killing 9 black people at a Charleston church shouldn't have been able to purchase a gun, said the FBI, NBC News reports.
Turney Duff offers up six of the oldest tricks in Wall Street's book and "the tell"—how you know you're getting played by one.
Terrorism-related incidents around the world are on the rise—and so is the need to prepare employees to deal with any potential threats.
With just a phone number and some personal information about their victim off social media, this extortion scheme has become big business.
The executive director of Alibaba Pictures has been detained by Chinese authorities as part of a graft investigation.
The British government told all U.K. tourists to leave Tunisia because a terrorist attack is "highly likely".
Criminals and hackers are getting more creative by exploiting technology. Case in point? Virtual kidnapping and holding one's data hostage is becoming more pervasive. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.
More ships are falling victim to maritime crime in Southeast Asia, with a 22 percent increase on the same time last year.
Subway and Jared Fogle suspend their relationship after the pitchman's home was raided by federal and state investigators.
As the number of kidnappings around the world rises, companies like Pilgrims Group are providing simulated kidnapping training courses for journalists, NGO workers, and other employees. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky takes us through the course.
The business of kidnapping, ransom, and extortion is a multi-billion dollar industry for the companies responsible for insuring, training, and providing hostage negotiation services. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
The Robocall credit card scam continues to plague U.S. customers, here's why, NBC News reports.
Subway spokesman Jared Fogle is reportedly the subject of a child porn investigation in Indiana.
The nation is a patchwork of laws when it comes to regulating fireworks. Still, legality seems to have little to do with people injuring themselves.
Golfer Phil Mickelson is the "unnamed gambling client" mentioned in a plea agreement taken by another man charged in a money laundering case, sources said.