Don McGahn appears in a closed-door session of the House Judiciary Committee on whether former President Donald Trump obstructed justice.
Apple’s closed ecosystem of hardware and software has resulted in some wonderful products. But the company’s walled garden also keeps you trapped in a digital world that may stifle innovation and boost prices.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, a top adviser to Pope Francis, has played a leading role in the Vatican’s financial overhaul and the German church’s response to clerical sex abuse
Ambitious European Union regulation limiting coolant gas lacks enforcement and the profit from selling illicit, climate-changing gases appeals to international organized crime groups.
Apple is looking to rally the base at its Worldwide Developers Conference, but the fate of the company’s lucrative ecosystem has never been more out of its hands.
The websites, which regulators have accused of stealing from clients, collected money over Wirecard’s credit-card payments network.
In an interview, Christopher Wray calls the disruption and prevention of cyberattacks “a shared responsibility, not just across government agencies but across the private sector and even the average American.”
Police arrested two people they accused of using social media to promote a banned vigil commemorating the victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, an annual event that is now seen as testing the limits of China’s crackdown on dissent.
Three Trump nominees and three liberal justices limit a computer-hacking law’s application to individuals who break into computer systems, rather than extend it to authorized users who pull information for personal or improper purposes.
A federal judge ruled that messages between Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and David Boies’s law firm are admissible at her fraud trial.
The Biden administration is examining cryptocurrency’s role in recent hacks that have disrupted important U.S. industries including healthcare, fuel and food, exploring new ways to track victims’ payouts to foreign ransomware gangs.
Some farm-state senators say consolidation has left meat production vulnerable to calamities.
F. Lee Bailey, the brash criminal-defense attorney famed for representing headline-making clients including former NFL star O.J. Simpson, kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst and the alleged Boston Strangler, has died at age 87.
The site has been a gathering place as a memorial to the 46-year-old Black man, but business owners have complained about disruptions caused by street closures and about crime in the absence of a police presence.
The former senior Treasury official had pleaded guilty to leaking sensitive financial information about Paul Manafort and others, in a case that emerged from a Trump administration crackdown on government leaks to journalists.
The Court of Justice of the European Union on Thursday recognized the legitimacy of claims brought forward by some employees of Tesco PLC in their dispute with the British grocer regarding equal pay.
Defense lawyers say federal prosecutors have relied too heavily on the internal investigation of a New Jersey company, a claim prosecutors deny.
“The Tulsa Massacre and the Call for Reparations” asks Harvard Business School students to explore ways to reckon with the 1921 attack’s financial fallout, and to consider the role of business in addressing racial-justice issues more broadly.
Communist Party investigators have hauled in a string of long-serving and former officials for alleged corruption and other offenses dating back decades, a shift in Xi Jinping’s long-running anticorruption drive.
Cristiana Chamorro, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega’s most prominent opponent, was placed under house arrest in what her family called the latest attempt to keep her from challenging Mr. Ortega in November’s election.