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Israel's Bank Leumi has been fined $130 million for a tax-evasion scheme, the New York Department of Financial Services said Monday.
The trustee rounding up funds for Madoff victims is seeking court approval to return another $322 million, bringing the total to more than $7 billion.
Alstom SA has pleaded guilty and will pay $772 million in criminal penalties to settle bribery charges with the U.S. Justice Department.
A currency trader has absconded with $203 million in investors’ cash, in an alleged fraud that could prove to be Britain's answer to the Madoff case.
Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps has pleaded guilty to drunken driving almost three months after he was arrested.
A Turkish court detained a top media executive and three other people pending trial on accusations of belonging to a terrorist group.
The hacking attack on Sony may have been a practice run for North Korea's elite cyberarmy to try to cripple telecoms and energy grids.
Ride-sharing company Uber faces a rape allegation from a female customer, this time in Boston.
It's referred to as the "Wild West" of the Internet: Underground websites that sell illegal drugs, guns and stolen credit cards.
Avon will pay $135 million to settle charges after its China unit pleaded guilty to violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act with bribes.
Police departments are increasingly turning to body cameras to build trust and provide accountability for officers. But does it work?
Car theft has plunged 58 percent since its all-time high, according to new FBI data.
Beauty and cosmetics company Avon will be in a criminal court hearing this week in Manhattan.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports how behavior of police and people have changed since some cops have begun to use body cameras.
Federal authorities arrested 14 people related to a Massachusetts pharmacy connected to a deadly 2012 outbreak of fungal meningitis.
Clover Moore, Mayor of Sydney, tells CNBC's Matthew Taylor that the honoring of hostages killed in the siege is "consoling" and Sydney remains as a "tolerant and inclusive" city after the tragedy.
Ameer Ali, Former President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils, outlines what the Australian police have fallen short in doing while resolving the hostage incident in Sydney.
After the Sydney hostage crisis, the hashtag "I'll ride with you" started trending overnight, aimed at spreading a message of tolerance across the country.
Keith Suter, Foreign Affairs Editor at Channel 7, describes the gunman as a "lone activist with an appalling criminal record" and the hostage incident shouldn't be linked to Australia's war on terror.
Angel Rabasa, Senior Political Scientist at RAND, says Australia's hostage incident can occur in any country and the world is facing the greatest jihadist threat since 9/11.
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