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CR Intrinsic Investors in Stamford, Conn., agreed to pay a record $601 million to settle insider trading charges, the Securities and Exchange Commission said.
A federal judge in New York said an Indian woman should receive nearly $1.5 million for her treatment at the hands of an Indian diplomat and her husband.
One-time U.S. Democratic Party fundraiser Norman Hsu must serve more than 24 years in prison for illegally funneling cash to candidates, a judge says.
A man in Pennsauken, N.J., is selling a home he received via the TV series "Extreme Makeover" because of financial troubles, a program official says.
A U.S. judge says he will allow the Palestinian Authority to contest a $192.7 million civil verdict levied against it from a 2002 terrorism incident.
A federal judge dismissed an award of $200 million for U.S. citizens affected by Palestinian terrorist acts in Israel, a big win for the Palestinian Authority.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that a provision of the Patriot Act allowing the FBI to issue secret subpoenas to Internet service providers and other communications companies is unconstitutional, and has ordered the bureau to cease using them.
A federal judge Thursday barred the FBI from issuing secret national security letters in a ruling that found parts of the USA Patriot Act unconstitutional.
The families of two men killed by Fidel Castro's regime will get more than $90 million in Cuban assets held in the United States, a federal judge ruled.
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