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CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest on the Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceuticals executive who gained public infamy by unapologetically hiking the price of a drug by more than 5,000 percent, fraud trial.
Shkreli denies allegations he ripped off Retrophin out of millions of dollars to repay defrauded investors in his hedge funds.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and his wife, Jane, have hired lawyers as the FBI investigates allegations of bank fraud, Politico Magazine reports.
How can you be sure the charity you are donating to will use the money for its programs? The first step is painfully obvious: just ask.
The gunman was shot to death after opening fire at a congressional baseball practice and wounding five people.
Here's why it's in Republican's best interests to begin Trump impeachment hearings, says Prof. Allan Lichtman.
A former employee of Insys Therapeutics pleaded guilty on Monday to having conspired to defraud insurers into paying for an expensive fentanyl-based drug that is at the heart of an investigation into the company.
Shkreli, 34, is set to begin jury selection for his securities fraud trial in Brooklyn, New York, on June 26.
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Legal experts explain why Cosby sex-assault case ended in mistrial and what happens now, USA Today reports.
After days of deliberations and questions, the jury deadlocked and forced a judge to grant a mistrial.
Shkreli's lawyer said the $3 million would be used to pay tax and legal expenses, and that he is not a flight risk.
The DOJ sued on Thursday to recover about $540 million in assets allegedly stolen from Malaysian fund 1MDB, established by PM Najib.
US doctors say say freed North Korean captive Otto Warmbier has a neurological injury and remains stable, but in a coma.
Mueller is investigating Trump aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner's financial dealings, the Washington Post reported, citing sources.
The jury deciding Bill Cosby's fate in a sexual assault trial continue to deliberate. They have been in discussions for 27 hours since Monday.
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