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  1. U.S. prosecutors have charged a Chinese professor with fraud for allegedly taking technology from a California company to benefit Huawei, in another shot at the embattled Chinese ...

  2. U.S. charges Chinese professor in latest shot at Huawei

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceSep 09 7:03 AM

    The complaint, however, accuses an unidentified Chinese telecommunications conglomerate, which sources say is Huawei, of trying to steal the technology, and alleges Mao played a role ...

  3. The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday announced corruption charges against a senior government official and a contractor who oversaw the rebuilding of Puerto ...

  4. More than 30 U.S. state attorneys general are readying an investigation into Alphabet Inc's Google for potential antitrust violations, a source knowledgeable about the probe said ...

  5. The Rule of Law Finally Prevails Over U.S. ‘Watch List’

    Bloomberg via Yahoo FinanceSep 09 13:30 PM

    The watch list — or, in official government parlance, TSDB — is not the same thing as the no-fly list. Applying this test, the Virginia federal district court concluded that the government was ...

  6. Recently, the Department of Justice announced the largest crackdown on elder fraud in U.S. history. About 260 defendants were charged with victimizing more ...

  7. The U.S. House Judiciary Committee plans to hold hearings and seek documents into the Justice Department's decision to open an antitrust investigation into four major ...

  8. New York Lawyer Sentenced For Scrap Metal Shipping Fraud

    Benzinga via Yahoo FinanceSep 10 20:24 PM

    According to the Justice Department, Luthmann and his co-conspirators formed "multiple shell companies" during the summer of 2015 to sell scrap metal to customers in the ...

  9. A unit of the largest U.S. public employees union has filed a complaint with the Justice Department’s Inspector General alleging that an appointee of ...

  10. The U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday it had charged Korshunov and Maurizio Paolo Bianchi, an Italian national, with conspiring and attempting to ...

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