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The DOJ is enhancing whistleblower protections for employees who expose problems at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where reports of retaliation have been criticized by the White House and lawmakers.
Two Connecticut men pleaded guilty Friday for a bribery scheme to obtain confidential internal documents and other confidential information from a former FBI Special Agent stationed in White Plains, New York.
Federal authorities are investigating a wide range of fraudulent schemes involving a popular prepaid money card product called MoneyPak that lures consumers into sending money through the card.
Thomas C. Baxter, executive vice president and general counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, said the FCPA's exception for facilitating payments makes him uncomfortable.
A judge declared a mistrial in the U.S. government's bribery case against New York State Senator Malcolm A. Smith and another defendant Wednesday.
A Kansas firearms distributor was indicted on federal charges of paying more than $1 million in bribes and kickbacks to two executives of the maker of Glock pistols, the FBI said.
A ex- government contractor who worked for the U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command, and a businessman whose company sought contracting business from the Command, were indicted Friday on bribery and obstruction charges.
Citigroup said Wednesday it has fired a dozen employees in Mexico, including four senior executives, in connection with a $400 million fraud involving its Banamex unit.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke at the Ukraine Forum on Asset Recovery on Tuesday in London, unveiling a new Kleptocracy squad within the FBI that will investigate and prosecute corruption cases in Ukraine and around the world.
The former vice president of a government contracting company in Virginia pleaded guilty Friday to conspiring to bribe public officials.
California state senator Leland Yee was arrested Wednesday and indicted on federal charges of taking bribes in exchange for political favors and conspiring to traffic in firearms without a license.