Special counsel Robert Mueller obtained a warrant targeting President Donald Trump's then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen in July 2017, more than a half year before the first publicly known raid on Cohen's home and office. » Read More
By: Tyler Clifford
"At some point in the future, there will be a reckoning" for Google and big tech either in "Congress or in a court of law," Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says. » Read More
By: Dan Mangan
GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy's office in Los Angeles was raided last July by federal investigators looking for records detailing his dealings with "Trump administration associates" and foreign officials, according to a new report Monday. » Read More
Nicholas Lardy of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says China's new foreign investment law is an "important step forward," but acknowledges concerns over enforcement. » Read More
Charles Edel of the United States Studies Centre says the Mueller investigation could play a "large and growing, if not dominant" role in U.S. elections.
Philip Alpers of the Sydney School of Public Health's GunPolicy.org says the gun lobby in New Zealand is very active and "powerful," but the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch could make "all the difference" in efforts to change gun laws.
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 tycoon Oleg Deripaska launched a lawsuit against the U.S. Treasury department over sanctions placed on him in 2018. He says American action against him took him by "full surprise," and the legal system is his "last resort" for the facts to be assessed.
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska told CNBC Sunday that his relations with Paul Manafort ended "seven or eight years ago."
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said he and other state AGs are willing to go after tech giants who "dominate market share."
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.
Trump's comments come a day after the House unanimously passed a symbolic resolution calling for public release of the report Mueller gives to the Justice Department.
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 SEC alleged in a court filing that Volkswagen "perpetrated a massive fraud" and repeatedly lied to U.S. investors in connection with the so-called dieselgate scandal.
The payments were part of a business cooperation agreement between the two companies amid the peculiar patent licensing practices of the consumer electronics industry.
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.
Wealthy parents who allegedly disguised bribe payments as charitable contributions to a non-profit may catch heat from the IRS, tax professors said.