A shooting in a downtown Chicago subway station on Friday drew scrutiny after a video appearing to show police officers firing at the suspect as he fled circulated on social media.
Two New York financiers were convicted Friday in Oklahoma state court on criminal charges that they illegally took control of a local insurer using millions of dollars of counterfeit assets.
The Supreme Court is set to weigh arguments about disgorgement, one of the SEC’s strongest weapons against those who fleece investors.
A divided federal appeals court ruled it wasn’t the judiciary’s place to decide whether former White House counsel Don McGahn must testify in a congressional investigation of President Trump.
A federal appeals court ruled the Trump administration must halt a policy of returning migrants along the southern U.S. border to Mexico while their requests for asylum in the U.S. are considered.
Hong Kong police swooped in at dawn to arrest a media tycoon and two veteran opposition politicians who support the antigovernment protests, charging them with illegal assembly—six months after the fact.
A woman who says Michael Bloomberg told her to terminate her pregnancy while she worked for his company the 1990s has been released from a nondisclosure agreement that kept her from discussing the allegations.
A Massachusetts accountant pleaded guilty in federal court to charges he helped a client evade U.S. taxes in a case stemming from a trove of leaked documents known as the Panama Papers.
A plastic-bag manufacturer and an association of New York City bodega owners sued the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation.
An application for the first generic version of the drug Daraprim won Food and Drug Administration approval, a move that jailed drug-company founder Martin Shkreli is accused of trying to prevent.
The investment giant fired a fund manager over a conflict of interest after his daughter got a screen role in a movie he financed.
The decision marks another defeat for the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office after cases against both the bank and the former CEO were previously dismissed.
Diplomat’s documentation of the military’s human-rights abuses helped steer Carter administration policy toward Argentina in the 1970s and later to convict high-ranking Argentine officials.
The order amounts to a victory for Democrats in a case they said was intended to make it more difficult for their voters to cast ballots in November.
The diocese filed for bankruptcy on Friday following a number of sexual abuse lawsuits filed against it since August.
The House Judiciary Committee said it wants to talk to more than a dozen federal prosecutors, including those involved in the sentencing of informal Trump advisor Roger Stone, as part of a broader examination into whether the White House is interfering in the Justice Department’s traditionally independent affairs.
One of the world’s top swimmers, Sun Yang has been banned from competition for eight years after refusing to cooperate in an antidoping test.
Two South Carolina companies and two former top executives face civil fraud charges in relation to a failed nuclear power plant expansion project, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
Elizabeth Little’s satirical novel brings together a socially inept film editor, a domineering director—and an unsolved murder on an island off the Delaware coast.
Investors may be too relaxed about two European Union decisions that are crucial to the company’s growth plans.