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  • European security firms capitalise on paranoia post surveillance debacle

    European security firms capitalise on paranoia post surveillance debacle

    In the aftermath of the US spying scandal, numerous companies have seized the opportunity to help secure users.

  • Hillary Clinton aide linked to illegal campaign operations: report

    Hillary Clinton aide linked to illegal campaign operations: report

    A campaign finance scandal has ensnared a Hillary Clinton aide whose court papers show secured illegal funding for a 2008 campaign operation, media report said.

  • US priest in abuse case to be released from prison

    US priest in abuse case to be released from prison

    A Roman Catholic Church official in the U.S. is set to leave prison after winning an appeal of his landmark conviction in a priest-abuse scandal.

  • A disappearing US spy, and a scandal at the CIA

    A disappearing US spy, and a scandal at the CIA

    Robert A. Levinson was an overweight bear of a man who once worked as an FBI agent and desperately wanted to recapture the life of international intrigue he relished as an expert on Russian organized crime.

  • Lawsuit accuses IBM of hiding China risks amid NSA spy scandal

    Lawsuit accuses IBM of hiding China risks amid NSA spy scandal

    IBM Corp has been sued by a shareholder who accused it of concealing how its ties to what became a major U.S. spying scandal reduced business in China and ultimately caused its market value to plunge more than $12 billion.

  • White House defends Secret Service over sex claims

    White House defends Secret Service over sex claims

    The White House said on Friday President Barack Obama had "absolute confidence" in the Secret Service leaders, despite new reports of misconduct by agents, including extramarital affairs and visits to prostitutes.

  • Microsoft, IBM, Cisco may face challenges in China following spy scandal

    Microsoft, IBM, Cisco may face challenges in China following spy scandal

    US technology companies may face new challenges selling their goods and services in China as fallout from the U.S. spying scandal starts to take a toll.

  • US Secret Service facing another sex scandal

    US Secret Service facing another sex scandal

    More than 18 months after a prostitution scandal in South America rocked the Secret Service, the agency in charge of protecting the president is investigating another case of suspected sexual misconduct in its ranks.

  • US Navy secrets allegedly bought with prostitutes, Lady Gaga tickets

    US Navy secrets allegedly bought with prostitutes, Lady Gaga tickets

    The gregarious Malaysian businessman nicknamed "Fat Leonard" is well known by U.S. Navy commanders in the Pacific. But prosecutors in court papers say Leonard Francis worked his connections to obtain military secrets by arranging prostitutes, Lady Ga...

  • Dutch lender Rabobank fined $1 billion over Libor scandal

    Dutch lender Rabobank fined $1 billion over Libor scandal

    US and European regulators ordered Dutch lender Rabobank to pay $1.07 billion to settle allegations it aided a six-year scheme to rig benchmark interest rates, imposing the fifth fine in a scandal that has helped to shred faith in the industry.

  • For Barack Obama, health care law's problems may linger

    For Barack Obama, health care law's problems may linger

    For nearly five years, Republicans have struggled to make a scandal stick to President Barack Obama's White House. One by one, the controversies faded away.

  • Germany wants a German Internet as spying scandal rankles

    Germany wants a German Internet as spying scandal rankles

    As a diplomatic row rages between the United States and Europe over spying accusations, state-backed Deutsche Telekom wants German communications companies to cooperate to shield local internet traffic from foreign intelligence services.

  • Whale scandal costs JPMorgan $920 million in fines

    Whale scandal costs JPMorgan $920 million in fines

    JPMorgan Chase & Co, the biggest US bank, will pay approximately $920 million in penalties to regulators in two countries to settle some of its potential liabilities from its $6.2 billion London Whale derivatives loss last year, according to terms ma...

  • Anthony Weiner insists he's staying in New York mayoral fight

    Anthony Weiner insists he's staying in New York mayoral fight

    Disgraced former US congressman Anthony Weiner insisted that he's not giving up his bid to become New York mayor despite a sexting scandal that has decimated his poll ratings.

  • America's snooping scandal: 10 things to know

    America's snooping scandal: 10 things to know

    Amid global outrage at the revelation that US National Security Agency has been conducting secret surveillance on Web users around the world, India has said it is "unacceptable" if its privacy laws have been violated. The European Union is worried th...

  • Washington may have targeted tea party: report

    Washington may have targeted tea party: report

    The chairman of a House of Representatives committee investigating the federal tax collection agency says that interviews with low-ranking employees at a field office indicated that they were directed by Washington to subject conservative groups seek...

  • New scandal hits US college sports program: report

    New scandal hits US college sports program: report

    The woman hired to clean up the scandal-scarred athletic program at Rutgers University quit as a volleyball coach 16 years ago after her players submitted a letter complaining she ruled through humiliation, fear and emotional abuse, The Star-Ledger n...

  • US Congress grills former IRS boss over tax scandal

    US Congress grills former IRS boss over tax scandal

    The political appointee who headed the IRS during the US tax agency's abusive treatment of conservative groups insisted on Tuesday that he was not involved in the scandal.

  • IRS chief declines to identify employees involved in US scandal

    IRS chief declines to identify employees involved in US scandal

    The outgoing head of the US Internal Revenue Service angered Republican lawmakers on Friday by resisting their demands that he identify who at the tax-collection agency had inappropriately targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny.

  • Need balance between national security and media freedom, says Barack Obama

    Need balance between national security and media freedom, says Barack Obama

    President Barack Obama is defending investigations into government leaks, saying they are necessary for national security.

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