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Jurors could begin deliberating Shkreli's fate on Friday. » Read More
Martin Shkreli is accused of looting his drug company to pay off defrauded investors in his hedge funds.
Walters was convicted in April on all 10 counts he faced.
Lindsey Graham also said that Trump going after Robert Mueller could be "the beginning of the end" of his presidency.
Legalizing marijuana not only harms public health and safety, it places a significant strain on local economies and weakens the ability of the American workforce to compete in an increasingly global marketplace, writes Kevin Sabet.
Closing arguments are expected to stretch into Friday morning in the case of the notorious "Pharma bro."
Free movement of people between the U.K. and the European Union will come to an end in March 2019 after the completion of Brexit, a U.K. minister has said.
Moody’s no longer takes a negative view on China’s banking system, raising its outlook to stable as concerns over shadow banking eased.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley appeared to send a warning to the White House.
Increased regulator attention on digital currencies will help them develop into a mature investment product, several analysts said.
Jurors could begin their deliberations exactly one month after hearing opening arguments in the securities fraud case.
A Russian national was arrested in Greece on suspicion of laundering criminal funds through Bitcoin.
A new study shows which items are the most commonly stolen in each state.
A Russian man suspected of laundering $4 billion of criminal funds by switching them into the digital currency bitcoin has been arrested in Greece.
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro is pressing ahead with a controversial election that analysts fear may damage the country's democracy.
A U.S. Senate Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare failed to get enough votes for approval.
The Justice Department said on Tuesday that Celgene had agreed to pay $280 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the company of promoting cancer drugs for off-label uses.