NEW YORK (AP) 12/18 — Federal prosecutors say an FBI agent has acknowledged leaking confidential information to reporters about an insider trading investigation involving a professional gambler.
GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) 12/17 — Seven Africans have admitted being part of a global fraud network that used online dating sites to reach potential victims,
NEW YORK (AP) 12/16 — More than a dozen reputed members of New York’s infamous Genovese crime family have been arrested on a slew of charges stemming from a bust dubbed “Operation Shark Bait.”
MATTHEW PERRONE, GEOFF MULVIHILL, and LIZ ESSLEY WHYTE, Associated Press and Center for Public Integrity 12/15 – The latest installment in a joint investigation by The Associated Press and the Center for Public Integrity into the political influence of the opioid industry.
BENJAMIN SPILLMAN, Reno Gazette-Journal BURNEY, Calif. (AP) 12/13 — Tony Magarrell isn’t very relaxed for someone who just spent a week in the lush backcountry canyons of Lassen National Forest,
JULIET WILLIAMS, Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) 12/10 — A California judge rejected pimping charges Friday against the operators of a major international website advertising escort services that the state attorney general has called the “world’s top online brothel,”
LORNE COOK, Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) 11/29 — Police have arrested 36 people, seized gold, cocaine, automatic weapons and millions of euros as they broke up a drugs and money-laundering ring operating between Morocco and Europe,
BRIAN SLODYSKO, Associated Press INDIANAPOLIS (AP) 11/16 — Employees of an Indiana voter mobilization group with deep ties to the Democratic Party submitted several hundred voter registrations that included false,
LAS VEGAS (AP) 11/16 — Authorities say a woman who asked them if it was legal to keep tigers at home in rural Nevada was arrested after police found three of the animals in her backyard.
AMY FORLITI, Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) 11/13 — Nine Minnesota men who have been convicted of plotting to join the Islamic State group in Syria are scheduled to be sentenced this week,
ASTRID GALVAN and AMY TAXIN, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) 11/11 — President-elect Donald Trump launched his candidacy on an anti-immigrant sentiment and has vowed to repeal a key Obama administration program that shields hundreds of thousands of people from deportation.
MARI YAMAGUCHI, Associated Press TOKYO (AP) 11/07 — Japanese authorities raided the country’s top advertising agency Dentsu on Monday as they launched a criminal investigation into the suicide of a 24-year-old employee due to overwork on suspicion of systematic illegal overtime at the company.
BEIJING (AP) 11/07 — China is attempting to crack down on box office fraud in the world’s second-biggest movie market by setting out punishments for companies that fabricate ticket sales and other data under the country’s first film law.
DAVID PORTER, Associated Press NEWARK, N.J. (AP) 11/04 — Two former aides to Gov. Chris Christie were convicted Friday of creating an epic traffic jam at the George Washington Bridge for what prosecutors say was political revenge,
BOB CHRISTIE, Associated Press KEN RITTER, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) 11/04 — A federal judge in Las Vegas says he hasn’t seen evidence that Donald Trump’s campaign is training people to intimidate voters in Nevada.
PAUL ELIAS, Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) 11/04 — A Northern California district attorney’s office plans to announce the results of an investigation of several police officers implicated in a sex scandal involving the teenage daughter of a dispatcher.