LISBON, PORTUGAL – Portuguese prosecutors are bringing charges of corruption, money-laundering and forgery against Angolan Vice President Manuel Vicente as part of an investigation in Lisbon, Portugal’s attorney general’s office said Thursday.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is actively and concertedly investigating binary options fraud, and will pursue justice anywhere on earth, an investigator from the agency’s Complex Financial Crimes Unit said.
A Brazilian federal court Tuesday accepted a formal charge for 184 accounts of money laundering against former Rio de Janeiro state governor Sergio Cabral.
NEW YORK — A man has been convicted in one of the nation’s most haunting missing-child cases, nearly 38 years after 6-year-old Etan Patz disappeared in New York City.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Back in 2012, people lined around the block of what used to be the ZeekRewards building in Lexington, expecting to cash out bids they made on the penny auction website, only to later find out they were part of most likely the largest Ponzi scheme in US history.
A former head of Nigeria’s state-run oil firm is under investigation after almost $10 million in cash was found at a property he owns.
Serial conman Peter Foster was the alleged “decision maker” at a sports betting company that defrauded a least one investor of $1.5 million and funnelled $32 million into offshore accounts.
Twelve current and former TSA officers and airport staff are facing possible life sentences after being indicted on an alleged drug trafficking operation that smuggled 20 tons of cocaine into the US through Puerto Rico over an 18-year period.
Philip Esformes, a healthcare executive worth millions, has a “very large closet” in his two-story, Mediterranean-style home on North Bay Road near the exclusive La Gorce Country Club in Miami Beach.
The body of Frank Ancona, 51, Imperial Wizard of the Traditional American Knights of Ku Klux Klan, was discovered Saturday on the bank of Big River outside of Belgrade, Mo., four days after he went missing.