The United States' attachment to the letter offers one of the most direct criticisms yet from President Donald Trump, who has previously weighed the consequences of the killing against his strong alliance with the kingdom. » Read More
A financial advisor in the Washington, D.C., area was convicted of bilking clients out of millions in a Ponzi scheme she sought to protect with voodoo spells. How to avoid linking your financial fate to a potential fraudster. » Read More
By: Fred Kempe
One of the least appreciated aspects of this drama is the influence of Turkish President Erdogan, who has shown the ability, through the well-timed release of crucial details, to fuel the global outrage against Saudi Arabia or tamp it down » Read More
By: Kevin Breuninger
A federal judge on Friday scheduled a Feb. 8 sentencing date for Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman who was convicted on eight counts of tax and bank fraud. Manafort showed up to the Alexandria, Va. courthouse clad in a prison jumpsuit and sitting in a wheelchair. » Read More
Marijuana is now legal for recreational use in Canada. Buyers react and Pot CEOs discuss next steps.
A U.S. Treasury employee has been arrested and charged with leaking mulitple reports about suspicious financial transactions to media outlets. The woman, Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, will face criminal charges in New York.
The fate of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi remains unknown after he entered a Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2.
Scandinavian countries have created a "permissive environment" for money laundering, Bill Browder told CNBC Wednesday, shortly after the prominent Kremlin critic accused Nordea Bank of fraud, falsification and dishonest conduct.
Daniels sued Trump in April, after Trump sent a tweet accusing the adult film actress and director of a "total con job" following her appearance on daytime talk show "The View."
Judge S. James Otero said that Trump's April tweet, accusing Daniels of a "total con job" after her appearance on daytime talk show"The View," was "the definition of protected rhetorical hyperbole."
President Donald Trump is on the verge of naming Pat Cipollone, a veteran Washington litigator and a loyalist of the president, as White House Counsel, two reports said.
The question-and-answer phase between Trump's legal team and Mueller follows months of negotiations between the two sides over the format and subject matter of a potential interview with the president.
"The one thing I've learned from John McCain above all else is that, in moments like this, you have to embrace your values," Graham said. "No more transactional interactions."
Judge T.S. Ellis, whose district court in Alexandria, Va., bears a plaque above the entrance doors declaring "Justice Delayed is Justice Denied," threw cold water on the prosecutors' apparent scheduling preferences.
Fans could be able to buy t-shirts, shampoo and even candles featuring a black and white image of the athlete and activist with a beard, mustache and afro hairstyle, which he has applied to trademark.
Republican operative who spent the final months of his life seeking out Hillary Clinton's deleted emails developed a relationship with Trump's former national security advisor Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn as early as 2015, WSJ reported.
Legrand Law Founder and Partner Rebecca LeGrand and Dickinson Wright Partner Jacob Frenkel debate a new New York Times op-ed asserting that insider trading laws haven't kept up with the crooks.
Trump has been traveling to host campaign-style rallies in many of the states he carried during the 2016 presidential election where Republican candidates are up for re-election in the November midterms.
It is illegal to collect data on children under the age of 13, but some gaming apps may be violating that law.
Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in on Saturday as the 114th Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, after the Senate voted confirm his nomination amid an emotional, weeks-long debate.