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Just this month, Dean Skelos was found guilty of using his influence to arrange payments and jobs for his son, reports NBC New York.
Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault more than a decade after a woman told police the comedian drugged and violated her at his home.
A federal judge has certified two lawsuits accusing Facebook of hiding growth concerns before its float in May 2012.
The British couple were convicted after the husband sent out tweets asking for advice on which targets he should hit.
States should take action to regulate drones when federal rules fail to address their concerns, one California lawmaker said.
The heat is on between a credit union catering to cannabis and the Federal Reserve, in a case heard by a Colorado court this week.
The 88-page document breaks down the volatility seen in both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes, as well as on ETFs.
A Serbian woman in New York claims she was mocked for how she pronounced words like "lunch," "buyer," "sweater" and "bra."
The Chicago police department said a mother of five killed by an officer was shot accidentally. The officer also shot dead a man, 19.
More than 220 flights at Beijing's airport were canceled Friday as pollution caused poor visibility, China's official Xinhua news agency reported.
Sanders says the Fed "has been hijacked by the very bankers it regulates." The Fiscal Times reports.
Time is running out for customers of Verizon Communications and Sprint to claim some $158 million in refunds from a settlement over mobile "cramming."
Canadian gaming company Amaya has been ordered by a Kentucky court to pay $870 million in penalties to cover alleged losses by the state's residents.
Illinois became the latest state to ban its residents from playing daily fantasy sports contests offered by FanDuel and DraftKings.
Houston native, who won the largest jury award in history, was 90 years old.
Uber partially won a ruling that could put a hold on the outcome of a lawsuit against the ride service, placed by California drivers.
Turing Pharmaceuticals said it is seeking a new chief executive to replace Martin Shkreli, who has been charged with fraud, and will cut jobs in a restructuring.
Debt buyers sue consumers to collect debt but prevent those same consumers from challenging them. The New York Times reports.
Its time to take some of the drama out of the data-access process in fighting terrorism, says former Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff.
Regulators said they would move forward with a civil case against the hedge fund billionaire after prosecutors dropped insider trading charges.