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  • US officials seek "total cooperation" from Swiss banks in a draft agreement aimed at allowing the banks to make amends for aiding tax evasion.

  • File photo: FBI agents in jackets

    Dmitry Braverman is the second employee of the Wilson Sonsini law firm to be accused of insider trading in recent years.

  • Inside Wall Street's 'top nemesis'

    Before the Associate Attorney General of the Justice Department leaves, CNBC's Kate Kelly spoke with Tony West.

  • DOJ #3 Tony West leaving

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Tony West is leaving the Justice Department on September 15th.

  • Where's the BofA money going?

    What is the DOJ planning to do with the money its getting from Bank of America's settlement? Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch President, says some of the money is going to liberal activist groups.

  • Did government extort Bank of America?

    After Bank of America agreed to pay nearly $17 billion to the DOJ, CNBC's Larry Kudlow, and Andrew Stoltmann, Stoltmann Law Offices, debate former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich's view that the government extorted Bank of America.

  • Charles Dallara on BofA: Huge mistakes were made

    Former Institute of International Finance CEO Charles Dallara, discusses Bank of America's settlement with the Justice Department. Dallara says huge mistakes were made and banks need to be more active in supporting the recovery in this country.

  • Bank of America's fine breakdown

    CNBC's Kate Kelly analyzes Bank of America's agreement with the Justice Department.

  • Cramer: BofA's next quarter 'pretty much wiped out'

    CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer discuss Bank of America's $17 billion settlement with the DOJ. Cramer says the Justice Department wanted to maximize the embarrassment and pain of Bank of America.

  • BofA reaches record settlement with DOJ

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Bank of America will pay $9.6 billion in cash and provide consumer relief valued at $7 billion for its role in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis.

  • A Bank of America branch is shown in New York's Times Square.

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Bank of America has reached a landmark $17 billion settlement with the Justice Department over mortgage backed securities.

  • Bank of America reaches $17 billion settlement: AP

    The Associated Press is reporting Bank of America has reached a $17 billion settlement over mortgage backed securities.

  • Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett pauses during an interview in New York.

    Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway is paying almost $1 million to the government for failing to make disclosures required by antitrust law ... again.

  • The Rabobank Group logo sits on display on the bank's headquarters in Utrecht, Netherlands.

    A former Rabobank employee pled guilty to participating in a plot to manipulate the Yen Libor rate, the second employee of the Dutch lender to do so.

  • Cyber security

    Community Health Systems said a group believed to be operating out of China attacked its hospitals, affecting 4.5 million patients. Re/code reports.

  • Santelli Exchange: Geopolitics & the markets

    CNBC's Rick Santelli, and James Bianco, Bianco Research president, discuss whether big geopolitical news coming out of Iraq and Ukraine should be big news for the market.

  • What if banks fail now?

    Former chair of the FDIC Sheila Bair, gives her take on Bank of America's potential landmark settlement with the Justice Department, and shares her thoughts on "too big to fail."

  • BofA-DOJ mortgage deal crystallizing

    CNBC's Kate Kelly reports Bank of America nears a potential mortgage settlement with the Justice Department.

  • Who is Tony West?

    Bank of America's potential settlement with the DOJ has focused the spotlight on Justice Department official Tony West. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports he is a big fan of public service.

  • Brian Moynihan, president and CEO of Bank of America at 2014 WEF in Davos, Switzerland.

    As BofA nears a potential $17 billion settlement with the Justice Department, CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses the problems the bank has faced since Brian Moynihan has taken over as CEO.