Crime and Law

The former CEO of Worldcom who oversaw one of the biggest corporate scandals ever, Bernie Ebbers, is getting released early from prison. Scott Cohn has more for us.

The world’s largest fast food restaurant chain gets a major labor case win. Kate Rogers explains for us.

Two weeks of explosive public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump have left lawmakers as divided and entrenched as ever, but House Democrats are charging ahead with the next phase of the probe.

There are reports that federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into opioid makers and they plan to go after them the same way they go after drug deals. Meg Tirrell has more for us.

Courtney Reagans has a special investigative report for us on the brazen crime that’s hurting retailers’ profits.

The Policemen’s Annuity and Benefit Fund of Chicago severs ties with Fisher Investments, pulling $67 million.

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine brought charges against DoorDash Tuesday, accusing the company of pocketing tips meant for workers and misleading customers about where their money was going.

President Donald Trump on Monday suggested he would be open to testifying publicly or in writing as part of the House impeachment inquiry.

Why is former WorldCom CEO, Bernie Ebbers, looking for an early release from prison? Scott Cohn reports.

The House Intelligence Committee opened its historic impeachment hearing to the public Wednesday with Chairman Adam Schiff warning Republicans not to reveal the identity of the whistleblower whose bombshell complaint helped launch the probe of President Donald Trump.

A recent New York Times article reports on how child abusers are running rampant online and big tech companies are looking the other way. Joining us on the show to talk more about this is New York Times author, Michael Keller, who co-wrote this story.

LinkedIn is not flashy but according to law enforcement officials it is a hotbed in espionage activities. Eamon Javers joins us on the show and explains.

Federal prosecutors have charged retired United Auto Workers Vice President Joseph Ashton, a former board member of General Motors, as part of its corruption probe into the union.

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that President Donald Trump’s tax returns must be turned over to a state grand jury.

Ylan Mui reports from Capitol Hill as the House of Representatives is moving ahead on its impeachment inquiry but it may be running into a collision course in keeping the government up and running.