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US charges Kansas researcher over ties to Chinese university

Feng "Franklin" Tao, 47, an associate professor at a University of Kansas center that conducts sustainable technology research, was charged with one count of wire fraud and three counts of program fraud.

US probes Deutsche Bank's dealings with Malaysia's 1MDB

The news comes after the bank announced plans to scrap its global equities unit, cut some fixed-income operations and slash 18,000 jobs globally in a 7.4-billion-euro ($8.34-billion) restructuring program.


Donald Trump claims vindication in Mueller report, goes on attack

A buoyant Trump reacted to the release of Mueller chief findings with a mix of celebration, personal grievance and calls for political retribution. He cast the investigation as politically motivated, and bemoaned the probe's toll on the country — and on him.

Saudi man in Oklahoma charged with lying about al Qaeda training

Court documents show that Alfallaj, of Weatherford, Oklahoma, was issued a private pilot's certificate in November 2016, but it was revoked last year because federal authorities considered him at risk for air piracy or terrorism.

US Justice Deparment asked to probe Hillary Clinton's email use: Report

The Justice Department has not decided whether it will pursue a criminal inquiry, the Times said in its report published online late Thursday night, which cited unnamed government officials.

Indian-American Civil Rights lawyer Vanita Gupta appointed to head US Justice Department

Gupta has done trailblazing work as a civil rights lawyer and has expertise on state policing issues, criminal justice reform.


Angry protesters yell at riot police in St. Louis after fatal shooting of black boy

Police say the officer who killed Myers was returning fire, but Myers' parents say he was unarmed.

Indian-American pleads guilty in Al-Qaeda sting operation

He will be sentenced on October 24 and faces up to 15 years in prison.

US probing high-speed trading for insider angle

The disclosure comes the same week that regulators and the FBI also confirmed they are looking into potential wrongdoing by high-frequency stock traders.

Stop discriminatory surveillance of Muslims in US: Rights group

NYPD said Muslim religion,practices,and community engagement are grounds for scrutiny.