Martin Shkreli was convicted of fraud by jurors in a U.S. court in Brooklyn on Friday, in a blow for the controversial financier, who had forcefully and repeatedly proclaimed his innocence. Nathan Frandino reports. Continue reading
A new Google tracking program that links shoppers’ offline purchases to their web activity is drawing concerns over privacy and data security, and has prompted one privacy watchdog to file a federal complaint. Continue reading
Premier League club West Ham United are raided by tax fraud investigators, part of a wider investigation into fraud spanning other parts of England and France.
ICC prosecutors dismiss South Africa’s arguments and urge judges to report Pretoria for non-compliance with the court.
Nokia Corp files a number of lawsuits against Apple Inc for violating 32 technology patents, striking back at the iPhone maker’s legal action targeting the one-time cellphone industry leader a day earlier.
Jurors in the South Carolina church shooting trial are shown video of accused shooter Dylann Roof’s confession to police.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he would take his fight with the FBI over privacy all the way to the Supreme Court. Fred Katayama reports.
In the wake of a request by Zimbabwe for the extradition of a US citizen accused of killing Cecil the Lion, U.S. State department says that all extradition requests take into account the ability of a country to provide a fair trial and other “humanitarian” considerations.
A Florida judge and a former classmate come face to face for the first time since they were children in an emotional courtroom reunion.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown says a motive for the attack on police headquarters in which shots were fired from what was described as an armored van is not yet known.