Elizabeth Holmes back in court seeking to stay out of prison
Disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes appeared in federal court Friday as she seeks to remain out of prison while she appeals her fraud and conspiracy convictions.
Chinese billionaire living in U.S. arrested for allegedly operating $1B fraud scheme
The U.S. Attorney's office of the Southern District of Manhattan opened a 12-count indictment against Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui and William Je for operating fraud scheme.
CME CEO Terry Duffy's wife carjacked in Chicago crime crisis
The wife of CME Group’s Terry Duffy was the victim of a recent carjacking in Chicago, the chief executive said in a podcast episode published Thursday.
JP Morgan sues former executive over Jeffrey Epstein ties, potential damages
JPMorgan Chase & Co. faces two lawsuits regarding its ties to Jeffrey Epstein, with allegations that the bank was responsible for enabling him as it retained Epstein as a client.
Biden admin needs to fight border crisis with military force: Ex-FBI official
Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker discusses the four Americans who were kidnapped in Mexico, drug cartels, and the border crisis.
Car thefts in US top 1 million for first time since 2008
Vehicle thefts nationwide surpassed one million in 2022 for the first time in 15 years, as U.S. cities battle record and near-record increases of auto crimes.
Russian-affiliated cybercrime gang disrupted by European police with help from FBI, Ukrainian authorities
European authorities, with help from the FBI, have identified members of a Russian-affiliated cybercrime gang responsible for targeting major companies and institutions with ransomware.
Father-son pizzeria heroes slinging slices one year after horrific stabbings: 'It was second nature'
Father-son pizza shop owners Louie and Cazim Suljovic reflect on the violent mugging they prevented outside of their restaurant last March.
Stuart Varney: Biden killed DC's 'astonishing' crime bill because it's 'politically embarrassing'
FOX Business' Stuart Varney argued Biden sided with Republicans and signed a bill overturning D.C.'s crime bill because it was politically "bad news."
Lightfoot’s mayoral loss follows corporate exodus from Chicago led by Boeing, Citadel, Tyson Foods
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot lost her reelection bid after her tenure was marked by a rise in crime that contributed to an exodus of major corporations from the Windy City.
Texas siblings arrested in organized retail theft of scented candles, police say
Destiny Goynes, 22, and her 19-year-old brother, Dexter Goynes, were arrested after stealing thousands of dollars in items from a business in Lake Worth, Texas, police said.
Elizabeth Holmes gives birth to second child
Court documents reveal Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has given birth to her second child. The convicted fraudster is asking to remain out of prison pending appeal.
Democrat lawmaker proposes bill forcing Chicago grocery stores, gas stations to hire armed guards
Happy Foods store owner Barbara Eastman warns she "can't afford" the "huge" costs associated with a state bill requiring businesses to hire their own security amid rising crime.
Texas nursery accuses single perpetrator of multiple thefts, thousands in stolen items
Garden Seventeen owner Rodney Stoutenger is sounding the alarm on a string of robberies his business has suffered in the past two months.
Apple iPhone thieves using simple trick to take everything, report finds
iPhone thieves who spied on a victim's passcode before stealing the Apple device can reset multiple settings and prevent its rightful owner from accessing it.
Detroit rapper sentenced to prison for role in $27 million tax fraud scheme
A Detroit rapper was sentenced to prison for her role in a multi-million afraid scheme.
Organized retail theft to become Class 3 felony in Virginia, as states fight back against billions in losses
Virginia lawmakers approved legislation on Thursday that will make organized retail theft a Class 3 felony, with a prison sentence of as many as two decades.
Consumers reported losing nearly $8.8 billion to scams in 2022: FTC
The Federal Trade Commission released data showing that American consumers reported losing $8.8 billion to scammers in 2022, an increase of more than $2 billion from a year ago.
Sam Bankman-Fried hit with fresh indictment, more charges
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York has filed a third, superseding indictment against FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried, adding further charges.
Over $4K of Lululemon merchandise stolen from DC store
The Metropolitan Police Department said that more than $4,300 of Lululemon pants and jackets were stolen on Monday morning from a Washington, D.C. store.