Outdated federal IT systems are being used to handle nuclear, taxpayer, prisoner and veterans' functions.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the U.S. government's insider trading charges against the former chairman of Dean Foods and Las Vegas sports gambler Billy Walters. Golfer Phil Michelson is named as a "relief defendant."
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the Department of Justice opening an investigation into the Russian doping scandal, according to the New York Times.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory talks about the economic impact of his state's controversial "bathroom law" requiring facilities to be used only according one's "biological sex," as indicated on one's birth certificate.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the latest details behind North Carolina's law that impacts transgender individuals.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports that North Carolina is swinging back at the Federal government accusing the Department of Justice of vastly overreaching.
Bill Emerson, Quicken Loans CEO, discusses the Justice Department's claim the mortgage giant knowingly submitted claims for improperly-written FHA-insured loans.
Cigna warned in its regulatory earnings filings that it may not receive approval to be acquired by Anthem by the end of this year.
Rep. Rick Allen said it's time to stop the IRS from targeting people for audits. It's a violation of the First Amendment.
Microsoft President Brad Smith discusses Microsoft's federal fight to protect consumer privacy.
The U.S. Justice Department on Friday dropped its effort to force Apple Inc to help unlock an iPhone in a drug case in New York.
SunEdison is one of the largest bankruptcies by asset value in a decade.
Federal regulators are investigating blood-testing start-up Theranos over whether it misled investors.
Re/code Executive Editor Kara Swisher talks about the White House taking on the cable box, Microsoft suing the Justice Department and her political ambitions.
CNBC's Eamon Javers provides insight to news Microsoft has filed suit against the Department of Justice over consumer data.
Goldman Sachs will pay $5 billion to settle federal and state investigations in to the sale of its mortgage backed securities prior to the financial crisis, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
The FBI's secret method for unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters would not work the later models.
Jim Cramer says the bulls should be thanking the Treasury & Justice departments, as they accidentally sparked a rally in these stocks.
Phil Angelides, former California state treasurer and commissioner of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, discusses the investigation into the 2009 financial crisis and the commission's referral for potential prosecution of some of the big names like Robert Rubin, Charles Prince and Stanley O'Neal.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the latest on the U.S. government's suit against ValueAct for violating pre-merger notifications.