Former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. director Rajat Gupta is set to ask a federal appeals court in New York today to overturn his insider-trading conviction by arguing the U.S. shouldn’t have been allowed to use evidence from wiretapped phone calls that didn’t involve him.
Three former employees of a New York- based university were charged in a bribery scheme tied to research funded under a multi-million dollar grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health on magnetic resonance imaging.
Connecticut and federal authorities told commuters to make alternate plans while asking for patience as investigators examine the site of a Metro-North rush-hour train derailment that left three people critically injured.
Investigators are working in Connecticut to gather evidence from yesterday’s collision between two Metro-North Railroad commuter trains so they can restore Amtrak and other rail service between New York and Boston.
Two Metro-North Railroad commuter trains collided in Bridgeport, Connecticut, injuring dozens of people and limiting Amtrak service between New York and Boston in one of the worst U.S. passenger rail accidents since 2008.
Stored inside a laptop at FBI headquarters are photos of thousands of paintings, sculptures and artifacts, works by Vincent Van Gogh and Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso and Paul Cezanne -- international treasures worth millions of dollars each. All are missing.
President Barack Obama plans to choose a new acting commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service this week as the first congressional hearings begin into the agency’s selective scrutiny of small-government groups, according to an administration official.