Legal & Regulatory

Donald Trump Requests 30-Day Extension to Pay $355 Million Civil Fraud Fine as His Campaign Faces Financial Peril

Former President Donald Trump has formally requested a one-month extension to pay the $355 million civil fraud fine levied against him.


EU Blacklists North Korea’s Defense Minister, Chinese Firms for First Time in New Sanctions Over Russia's War in Ukraine

The European Union (EU) has agreed to ban exports to three Chinese companies and blacklist North Korea's Defense Minister in new sanctions for the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine...

Philippine Media Giant ABS-CBN Cancels Sky Cable Sale to PLDT

Philippine media giant ABS-CBN Corp. has revealed that the planned sale of its ownership in Sky Cable Corp. to telco leader PLDT Inc. has been called off...

2 Chinese Nationals Convicted for Multimillion-Dollar Scheme to Dupe Apple Out of 5,000 iPhones

Two Chinese nationals were convicted by a federal jury in Washington, DC, for their involvement in a fraudulent scheme that would have cost Apple more than $3 million...


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US Imposes Sanctions on 4 Entities for Carrying Russian Oil Priced Above the Western Price Cap
The US Treasury Department has imposed sanctions on three UAE-based entities and a Liberian tanker for violating the price cap on Russian oil.
Unilever Unveils New $1.6 Billion Share Buyback Plan After Sales Volumes Rise
Unilever has unveiled a 1.5 billion euro ($1.6 billion) share buyback program for 2024 following an increase in sales volumes for the first time in 10 quarters.
AI-Generated Joe Biden Robocalls Traced to Texas-Based Company Doing Illegal Call Operations for Years
AI-generated robocalls purporting to be from President Joe Biden telling voters not to vote in the New Hampshire primary have been traced back to a Texas-based company.
Elon Musk's SpaceX Facing California Investigation Over Discrimination, Sexual Harassment Against Female Workers
Elon Musk's SpaceX is under scrutiny by a California civil rights agency following allegations of unaddressed bias and sexual harassment against female employees.
California Can Continue Enforcing Ammunition Background Check Law, Appeals Court Rules
A federal appeals court has allowed California to proceed with implementing a law requiring background checks for people buying ammunition.
Is Craig Wright the Real Bitcoin Founder Who Vanished From the Internet Over a Decade Ago? London Court to Decide Soon
Is Craig Wright the real bitcoin founder Satoshi Nakamoto? The answer could finally be revealed in court soon.
New EU Biometric Border Checks Prompt Eurostar to Issue Warning About Passenger Caps
According to the station owner HS1, Eurostar may have to limit St. Pancras departures due to biometric border procedures later this year.
Republicans Finally Giving Up on Their Attempt to Impeach Joe Biden? Some GOP Lawmakers Spill the Sour Truth
Are Republicans finally giving up on their bid to impeach President Joe Biden?
Joe Biden Issues Order Imposing Sanctions on Israeli Settlers Who Attack Palestinians in West Bank
President Joe Biden has issued an executive order targeting Israeli settlers who attack Palestinians in the West Bank.
Drugmaker Hikma, Ad Firm Publicis Agree to Pay $500 Million to Settle US Opioid Cases
A division of French ad firm Publicis Groupe SA and drugmaker Hikma Pharmaceuticals have reached separate settlements totaling $500 million to resolve allegations that they helped fuel the deadly opio
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