We've noticed that FCPA cases generally spring from industries that deal in scarce commodities -- whatever those happen to be at any moment in history.
A new study found that 83 percent of all deaths caused by collapsing buildings during earthquakes occurred in corrupt countries.
On the subject of reference works, we added a few to this space at the start of the year.
Bribes from prisoners to guards probably aren't ever going to be prosecuted under the FCPA -- they're not intended to obtain or retain business. Still, we think prison corruption should get more attention than it does.
We're not sure, metaphysically, how blessings are turned into curses. But we imagine Angela Aguilar must be asking herself that question a lot these days.
Political violence erupted again this weekend in Tucson. We again felt sick at the news, sick that our great democracy should suffer yet another deep wound.
Leo Winston Smith faced up to eight years in prison. He'll serve just six months behind bars.
A reader in Paris, France takes another look at Alcatel-Lucent's criminal fine.
How much did Alcatel-Lucent's initial failure to cooperate with the DOJ cost the company? We take a look.