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The major college admissions scandal was reported to involve bribery but now the IRS is investigating whether those implicated in the scam also committed tax fraud. CNBC's Robert Frank reports.
Dutch security forces were hunting for a 37-year-old Turkish man suspected of having shot several people on a tram in Utrecht on Monday.
Oleg Deripaska, a former president of Rusal, discusses allegations over his ties with Paul Manafort, who is U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign manager. Deripaska says he has had "no relations" with Manafort since 2011.
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska told CNBC Sunday that his relations with Paul Manafort ended "seven or eight years ago."
Increasingly, algorithms and machine learning are being implemented at various touch points throughout the criminal justice system, from deciding where to deploy police officers to aiding in bail and sentencing decisions.
Increasingly, algorithms and machine learning are being implemented at various touch points throughout the criminal justice system, from deciding where to deploy police officers to aiding in bail and sentencing decisions. The question is, will this tech make the system more fair for minorities and low-income residents, or will it simply amplify our human biases?
The two daughters of "Full House" star Lori Loughlin remain enrolled at the University of Southern California as Loughlin and her husband face criminal charges of participating in a bribery scheme to get their daughters into the school.
Sayoc is accused of sending homemade pipe bombs through the mail to political leaders and other critics of President Donald Trump.
A man who spoke with admitted college admissions fraudster William "Rick" Singer in 2011 says Singer floated the idea of having the man's son pose as a water polo player to ease his acceptance by a California university. The man declined.
The joint report from Mueller and Gates' attorney asks a federal judge for 60 more days before providing the next update on Gates' status.
The college cheating scandal has cast a spotlight on one of the fastest growing industries in education: college consultants. There are now about 8,000 private educational consultants in the U.S. which is quadruple the number five years ago. CNBC's Robert Frank reports. Former Majority Leader Eric Cantor weighs in.
About 49 people were killed and dozens more were injured when at least one shooter opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on the latest from Singapore.
"This is one of New Zealand's darkest days," said the country's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern.
Wyden's measure would target legal donations for buildings or scholarships on campus, and purchases of sports tickets.
Judge Amy Berman Jackson said in Washington, D.C., district court that she expects the trial will last "at least" two weeks.
The massive college admissions bribery scandal has led to criminal charges against celebrities as well as top business and legal executives.