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The laws around keeping found money often come down to how the cash came to be 'lost.' The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Thai police have declared Bangkok's worst-ever bombing solved, even as questions grow over the investigation, the FT reports.
Could unfriending a co-worker on Facebook constitute bullying? According to the Australian Fair Work Commission, it definitely could be a factor.
While thefts of motor vehicles have declined in the last decade, some models are more popular among thieves than others.
James Gray made a nearly tragic mistake on his KLM flight from Edinburgh to Amsterdam, The Telegraph reports.
Latin American drug syndicates are sweeping into Asia, spurred by growing wealth and high margins on offer, the FT reports.
The Malaysian ringgit's sell-off may worsen amid a toxic mix of shaky economic fundamentals and the spreading of the 1MDB scandal.
A Canadian man charged in connection with manipulation of Cynk Technology stock.
A 24-year-old man has been charged after officials say he punched a 78-year-old man over free Nutella waffle samples at Costco.
Arnold Donald, Carnival Corporation CEO and president, discusses the factors behind the company's latest earnings beat and the future outlook.
China's President Xi Jinping has defended his government's economic efforts, in an interview with the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).
Two AT&T fiber optic cables severed Monday night, the latest in a string of attacks, according to USA Today.
A Russian national charged in a global hacking and data breach scheme that resulted in the theft of 160 million credit card numbers, USAT reports.
The race took place Saturday evening through a residential tract in Beverly Hills, NBC Southern California reports.
President Obama has voiced his frustration about America's seeming inability to deter a growing wave of computer attacks.
Jakarta police on Monday claimed to have arrested 30 drivers working for Uber. Uber says this isn't so.
Indian police said they were hunting for the owner of illegally-stored explosives that accidentally detonated in the center of a crowded town.
Faced with what they see as stonewalling in Malaysia, 1MDB critics are going global, prodding foreign agencies to probe allegations. The New York Times reports.
Japanese prosecutors accused Mark Karpelès, 30, of misappropriating Y315m ($2.6m) deposited by bitcoin investors at MtGox, the FT reports.
The Justice Department issued new policies that prioritize the prosecution of individual employees for Wall Street crimes, the NYT reports.