A Los Angeles financier who tipped off investigators to the college admissions scandal was sentenced to a year behind bars for a different scheme.
“Live PD” ran for four seasons before network executives announced on June 10 that it had been canceled.
Rudy Giuliani slammed New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio for violent crime spree in New York City where the son of the NYPD’s head of counterterrorism was reportedly robbed in broad daylight.
A Washington, D.C.-based watchdog group is the latest to sue Zoom Video Communications over allegedly false privacy protection claims, saying the company misled and deceived users, such as those in the health care industry, who expected that the technology's encryption would protect their personal information, according to a lawsuit announced Tuesday.
Mikaela Sanford will plead guilty to charges in connection with allegations that she took online classes for students.
Conde Nast’s parent company Advance Publications is reportedly considering cutting short its 25-year lease after less than a decade.
A Bahamas cruise line has been hit with a class-action lawsuit by employees who say they were held "against their will" aboard two ships amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Prosecutors fired back against Elizabeth Holmes’ recent request for court documents, arguing that she is asking for too much.
An estimated 2 million firearms were purchased in July
Brown does not currently have a contract with any team, but was suspended Friday under the NFL’s personal conduct policy.