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Mueller's team has a draft letter by Trump and an aide, laying out reasons for firing Comey, according to a person familiar with the probe.
The Supreme Court of Kenya has overturned the result of the recent presidential election, meaning the contest will have to be re-run.
China is investigating Yao Gang, a former vice-chairman of its securities regulator, for taking bribes, state media said.
Two Chinese officials with direct knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press that police are requesting a second Interpol arrest notice for Guo, 50, for the alleged sexual assault of a 28- year-old former personal assistant.
Criminal activity is spreading out from bitcoin into other digital currencies, analysts say.
Two people were killed and four hospitalized Monday after a shooting at a library in Clovis city, New Mexico, the city's fire chief said.
Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has filed an appeal against the 5-year jail term he was given for bribery and other charges.
The woman was arrested late last year on suspicion of plotting to blow herself up outside Jakarta's presidential palace.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told police on Monday they could kill “idiots” who violently resist arrest.
This is the CBA's second regulatory probe this month after it was accused of massive breaches of money-laundering rules.
Trump’s company chased a deal to build a tower in Moscow while he ran for president, the Washington Post reported.
The internet has revolutionized the world of dating, but it is also a new breeding ground for scams. Here's how you can protect yourself.
A federal judge in Detroit sentenced former engineer James Liang to 40 months in prison on Friday.
CNBC's Chery Kang reports on the conviction of Samsung's chief Jay Y. Lee of bribery and embezzlement. The courts have sentenced Lee to five years in prison.
U.S. authorities accused a Chinese national of providing malware linked to the theft of millions of state employees' records.
Public demand for chaebol accountability weighs on sentencing if Jay. Y. Lee found guilty of corruption, says Hank Morris, advisor, Asia, Argentarius Group.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest on Johnson & Johnson joining a number of health care companies opposed to the use of their drugs for lethal injection.
Far-right sites like The Daily Stormer want to be real alternatives to their mainstream counterparts, The Verge reports.
Martin Shkreli was convicted of three criminal counts but acquitted of five others. He faces possible prison time.
Self-destructing messages on apps like Signal and WhatsApp are the latest tool for white collar criminals, Financial Times reports.
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