The incarcerated cartel chief’s daughter is glorifying his image by using it on charitable gifts, showing the enduring popularity of a notorious criminal whose deadly exploits provide inspiration for TV movies and traditional ballads.
The Supreme Court ruled that defendants can’t be convicted of serious crimes under the Constitution unless jurors are unanimous, overturning laws in two states and calling thousands of verdicts into question.
New York’s largest nurses’ union filed three lawsuits against the state and two hospital systems, alleging that dangerous work guidelines and protective gear shortages exacerbated the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police said at least 19 people were dead after the crime spree, with officials saying they have identified 16 separate crime scenes in the province of Nova Scotia and warning new victims might emerge from searching five burned-down properties.
Companies are suspending or terminating business agreements by relying on a common but rarely invoked escape hatch in many commercial contracts.
Chinese anticorruption inspectors are investigating a vice minister of public security, the latest probe of a senior official of the law-enforcement agencies central to President Xi Jinping’s increasingly hard-line style of governance.
Intense court battles over voting rights and election security always promised to be part of the 2020 election cycle, but the coronavirus has added new urgency to the cases, which are multiplying nationwide.
The arrests come as Hong Kong remains racked by the coronavirus pandemic, and pro-democracy activists say they won’t immediately take to the streets again to protest the latest police action.
These real-life stories of high-profile heists paint a compelling picture of international crime.
A Saudi princess jailed without charges has made a rare public appeal to the king and crown prince for her release, exposing long-simmering tensions in the Saudi royal family.
The federal Bureau of Prisons made the decision to let Mr. Cohen out of prison in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus among the incarcerated population.
Eleven Iranian gunboats harassed U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships in the north Persian Gulf, the Navy said. The encounters came a day after Iranian naval forces temporarily seized a Hong Kong-flagged tanker.