The U.S. Supreme Court passed up a chance Monday to more clearly define the difference between a bribe and a political donation.
A federal appeals court upheld most of the charges against former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman but ordered a new sentencing that could cut his prison time.
Former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman and former HealthSouth CEO Richard Scrushy have been convicted of bribery and conspiracy.
Recently acquitted Richard M. Scrushy, whom U.S. prosecutors wanted behind bars over HealthSouth Corp.'s accounting woes, faces more legal fights.
Alabama jurors Tuesday acquitted Richard Scrushy, founder and former head of HealthSouth Corp., of inflating earnings by $2.7 billion for his own gain.
A federal judge threw out two charges against HealthSouth Corp. founder Richard Scrushy, leaving 48 counts for jurors to consider in the corporate fraud case.
Richard Scrushy, a former chief executive officer and chairman of the board of HealthSouth Corp., has been charged in an 85-count indictment, the Justice Depart