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Lockheed Martin is now lobbying his transition team.
Baylor's horrifying sexual assault scandal raises a bigger question, one as old as college football itself: Can schools chase success without losing their souls?
The Department of Justice and Goldman reached a $5 billion settlement stemming from the financial titan's conduct in the lead up to the financial crisis.
Sanders' interview with the New York Daily News editorial board is feeding the Clinton campaign's narrative that he's big on ideas, but scant on specifics.
White-collar crime has become a major campaign issue, but statutes of limitations on the prosecution of executives involved in the 2008 financial crisis are running out.
The infamous AIG bonus controversy of 2009 was a rare moment when everyone in America was angry about the same thing. Today, thanks to a lawsuit being argued in Washington, we now know how comprehensively we were duped.
Obama's Attorney General announced his resignation, ending a controversial six-year reign as the country's top cop.