Federal prosecutors have identified criminal wrongdoing in G.M.'s failure to disclose a switch defect, the NYT reports.» Read More
Montana lawmakers moved to kill a bill that would tighten the state's indecent exposure law and consequently ban some provocative clothing.
Despite new rules that favor defendants, the government has probably not played its last card on insider trading, says this hedge-fund lawyer.
A record 3,415 Americans renounced their citizenship in 2014, the Treasury Department said.
People like Ron Paul need to stop hiding behind libertarianism to make the case against vaccine laws, says Jake Novak.
The Justice Department is pushing some of the biggest banks on Wall Street to plead guilty to charges that they manipulated foreign currency prices.
Big U.S. banks say that a proposed Fed rule on higher capital requirements would penalize them if the dollar remains strong against the euro.
Given the current explosion of dangerous hacking and phishing, it's time to do some renovating to the Internet.
Federal prosecutors are reportedly seeking travel records of the former chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Online shop served a cease-and-desist order from Katy Perry's lawyers for printing Left Shark figurines.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday charged a former Barclays analyst and three others linked to an insider trading ring.
Internet regulation endorsed by the Obama administration would hinder innovation and increase costs for consumers, an FCC commissioner said.
Former Crazy Eddie CFO Sam Antar is a self-proclaimed former crook. And even he wouldn't want to do business with disgraced politician Michael Grimm.
Will poisoned politics get in the way of a resolution to the Obamacare challenge headed to the Supreme Court?
A jury has ruled Ross Ulbricht, the 30-year-old who founded the black market website Silk Road, guilty on all counts.
A judge considering a proposed class-action settlement involving millions of allegedly defective Remington rifles is raising new questions.
Conrad Hilton was charged on Tuesday with interfering with British Airways flight crew members last July, NBC News reports.
A grand jury indicted 16 people in an identity theft ring that prosecutors say caused the IRS to pay more than $10 million in fraudulent refunds.
Moody's Investors Service is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for some of its mortgage ratings, according to a report.
The auto industry's troubles deepened as regulators said automakers will recall about 2.1 million older vehicles to fix airbag defects.
In an escalating divorce battle, hedge-fund billionaire Ken Griffin says his wife, Anne Dias, wants $1 million a month for child-related expenses.