Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning´s sentence for leaking documents to Wikileaks in 2010.
For the first time since 1861, the 40-member legislative body has zero attorneys, despite an obscure statute that requires one; ‘It’s not the end of the world.’
rime Minister Theresa May will say Tuesday as she sets out her plan for Brexit
Voluntary payments will mean UK manufacturing giant avoids being prosecuted by anti-corruption investigators
BAT Chief Executive Nicandro Durante said bringing the two companies together would drive "sustained profit growth and returns for shareholders"
Facebook is introducing new tools in Germany to help combat the spread of fabricated news stories
South Korea´s special prosecutor is seeking an arrest warrant for Samsung heir apparent Lee Jae-yong, accused of bribery, embezzlement and perjury
The country has already decriminalized assault and battery that does not lead to actual bodily harm
The settlement includes a $25 million criminal fine, $125 million in victim compensation and $850 million to compensate automakers who have suffered losses from massive recalls
President Barack Obama has ended the longstanding policy that grants residency to Cubans who arrive in the US without visas
Climate change and its connection to fossil fuel companies has been prevalent in legal news in recent months
Fiat Chrysler has been accused of not telling authorities about software that regulates emissions in thousands of its diesel vehicles
The resolution now goes to the House of Representatives, which is expected to vote on it this week
Intel chief expresses ‘profound dismay’ as non-partisan professionalism questioned
The head of the London Stock Exchange has told MPs that the UK government should negotiate a five-year transitional Brexit deal
The group is also planning to plead guilty to criminal misconduct as part of a deal with the US Justice Department
The bank issued 20.5 billion euros of debt in 2016, according to provisional figures
Switzerland has won a case at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) obliging Muslim parents to send their children to mixed swimming lessons
The Supreme Court rejected a petition from Wells Fargo, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank on Monday.
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It is expected that the proposals will also increase enforcement measures and will bolster international communication by promoting "better law enforcement cooperation, while ensuring a high level of data protection."