Alan Dershowitz: Trump indictment doesn't pass the Richard Nixon test
Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz says he hasn't seen "any indication" that Republicans agree with the latest federal charges brought against former President Donald Trump.
Senate Democrats ask DOJ to investigate Binance statements to lawmakers
Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Chris Van Hollen asked the Justice Department to investigate crypto exchange Binance about whether it made false statements to U.S. lawmakers.
Binance, Coinbase CEOs' fortunes take hit after SEC crypto lawsuits
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao and Coinbase Chief Executive Brian Armstrong have lost money since the SEC filed lawsuits against both companies earlier this week.
Elizabeth Holmes spotted after entering Texas prison yard following conviction
The first photos of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes dressed in prison clothes have become public as she serves her 11-year sentence.
Crypto exchange Binance, CEO hit with charges in SEC lawsuit
Binance and the cryptocurrency exchange's CEO were collectively hit on Monday morning with numerous charges from the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Airbnb files suit against NYC, challenging short-term rental law
The New York City Mayor's Office of Special Enforcement was hit on Thursday with a lawsuit opposing a short-term rental law from rental platform Airbnb.
Texas judge says no AI in courtroom unless lawyers certify it was verified by human
A Texas federal judge issued a mandate requiring lawyers to certify that they did not use artificial intelligence to draft filings without a human checking their accuracy.
Elizabeth Holmes' downfall in pictures
A photo gallery of the the rise and fall of disgraced ex-Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes, who began serving her 11-year sentence in a federal prison this week.
Sackler family granted immunity from Purdue OxyContin lawsuits
The billionaire owners of bankrupt OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma have been granted liability protection against lawsuits seeking damages over the opioid crisis.
Jamie Dimon says he never discussed Jeffrey Epstein’s accounts at JPMorgan; Jes Staley says Dimon Did
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon maintained that he has no recollection of ever discussing or reviewing Jeffrey Epstein’s accounts, a JPMorgan spokeswoman said.
Elizabeth Holmes reports to prison, begins 11-year sentence
Elizabeth Holmes surrendered herself to authorities in Texas on Tuesday and officially began her 11-year sentence for four separate convictions of fraud.
Apple and Fintiv to negotiate potential settlement of patent infringement claims for Apple Pay, Apple Wallet
Apple and Fintiv will participate in a court-ordered settlement conference in early June in an effort to settle Fintiv's patent infringement claims against Apple.
Jes Staley must face JP Morgan's lawsuit tied to Jeffrey Epstein, judge rules
A federal district judge issued a decision on Wednesday about whether the Jeffrey Epstein-related lawsuit filed by JPMorgan Chase against Jes Staley can proceed.
States sue telecom company accused of making billions of robocalls to people on Do Not Call Registry
Attorneys general joined in a lawsuit against a telecommunications company accused of initiating and facilitating billions of robocalls to people on the Do Not Call Registry.
Bezos, Sanchez engaged. Is there a prenuptial agreement?
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has reportedly become engaged to girlfriend Lauren Sanchez. It's unknown whether they have decided to opt for a prenuptial agreement.
AI complicates copyright law
The rise of generative artificial intelligence (AI) capable of producing text, images and audio complicates the application of copyright law to outputs and data used to train the AI.
Deutsche Bank to pay $75M in Epstein lawsuit settlement
Deutsche Bank agreed to pay $75 million to settle a lawsuit from women who say they were abused by Jeffrey Epstein. The suit was filed in federal district court in New York.
NY exec says Orange County ‘up in arms’ over ‘zero answers’ from Mayor Adams
Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus says it's "completely disturbing" and "very frustrating" to get zero transparency on New York City Mayor Eric Adams' migrant plan.
Republican attorneys general move to block BlackRock’s ESG push
More than a dozen Republican state attorneys general filed a motion with a key federal energy regulator seeking to block BlackRock from pushing an ESG agenda on utility companies.
Goldman Sachs settles gender discrimination case for $215M
Goldman Sachs is paying out approximately $215 million to settle a lawsuit filed in September 2010 accusing them of discrimination against women in the company.