A truck carrying "extremely dangerous" radioactive material has been stolen in Mexico, authorities said Wednesday. NBC News reports.» Read More
NEW YORK, Dec 2- Portfolio manager Michael Steinberg sought to warn SAC Capital Advisors founder Steven A. Cohen that he was trading in the opposite direction to bets that were based on inside information, a former analyst at the hedge fund testified Monday.
Cyberthreats are growing and evolving, with spam and malware at record levels last quarter. The report also warned about digital currencies, such as bitcoin.
BOISE, Idaho-- Eight Romanians who arrived in Idaho a decade ago face deportation after federal prosecutors say they entered sham marriages to stay illegally in America. Attorney Wendy Olson said they all lied to stay: Since 2012, seven have pleaded guilty to fraud, while another awaits U.S. District Court proceedings in Boise.
NBC investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports on teens attacking strangers in the "knockout game."
Trenton laid off a third of its police force two years ago, and state and county police have been picking up the slack. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the city saw a new record number of murders at 33.
SAN DIEGO-- A U.S. magistrate judge issued a conditional ruling Thursday that would allow a Malaysian defense contractor accused in one of the biggest Navy bribery schemes in years to be released on $1 million bail. Francis, the CEO of Glenn Defense Marine Asia Ltd., is the central figure in a multimillion bribery case that has been rocking the Navy.
NEW YORK, Nov 21- Bank of America Corp urged a U.S. federal judge to impose no penalty even after a jury found it liable for fraud over the sale of defective mortgages by its Countrywide Financial unit.
US lawmakers are seeking to make it easier for investment fraud victims to seek compensation, after investors in Allen Stanford's Ponzi scheme were deemed ineligible to file claims.
A SEC examiner was criminally charged for making false statements about his stock holdings that were prohibited under SEC ethics rules.
*New York federal appeals court denies "en banc" review. NEW YORK, Nov 19- A federal appeals court on Monday refused to disturb the insider trading conviction of Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam, one of the most prominent defendants in the U.S. government's wide-ranging probe into insider trading.
The popular use of bitcoins raises concerns about a lack of regulatory oversight for virtual currency which could attract scam artists.
We are headed into the busy season for scammers and identity thieves who hope to take advantage of holiday shoppers online and at the store. Herb Weisbaum explains what to watch out for and how to protect yourself.
Police in Paris are searching for a gunman who opened fire at the offices of a left-wing newspaper and major bank. Interior Minister Manuel Valls arrives at the Libertarian newspaper offices where the shooting took place.
NEW YORK, Nov 18- A trial starting this week will provide a window into what prosecutors have called a decade-long insider trading scheme at Steven A. Cohen's once-powerful SAC Capital Advisors hedge fund.
As Wall Street seeks more complex ways to make a buck, the political-intelligence business has been seeing big benefits. Mother Jones reports.
A public prosecutor at a Muscat court accused Juma Al Hinai, the head of the tenders committee at Petroleum Development Oman, of receiving the bribe from two executives of Galfar Engineering and Contracting, a local firm.
Retail theft cost retailers over $112 billion worldwide last year, according to the 2012-2013 Global Retail Theft Barometer.
NEW YORK, Nov 12- The federal judge who oversaw the recent civil fraud trial against Bank of America Corp criticized the U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday for failing to prosecute high-level executives over the financial crisis.
A march to mark Poland's Independence Day in Warsaw took a violent turn. CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest details.
NEW YORK, Nov 9- The U.S. government urged that Bank of America Corp pay $863.6 million in damages after a federal jury found it liable for fraud over defective mortgages sold by its Countrywide unit.