BP says Halliburton destroyed evidence that it did faulty cement work on the oil will that leaked into the Gulf. Halliburton denies claim.
Insider trading charges brought against former Goldman director Rajat Gupta. Charges stem from insider trading case that netted Raj Rajaratnam 11 years in prison.
Radio frequency modules made in Minnesota turned up in 16 unexploded roadside bombs in Iraq. According to an indictment unsealed Tuesday in Washington, the culprit was an Iran-based ring.
BP settlement: Anadarko Petroleum Coro., which had a has 25 percent working interest in BP's Macondo Prospect, the site of the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion, will pay BP $4 billion toward cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Jaycee Dugard suit: Had federal parole officers done their jobs, Dugard's lawyers allege, Dugard and her daughters would not have had to endure their years of captivity in a ramshackle compound tucked inside Garrido's backyard.
The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles stood firmly behind the 1991 murder conviction that put Troy Davis on death row. But the many doubts in the case have raised questions about 'executive clemency' as a fail-safe for the death penalty.
Stan Lee Media, the company founded by, but no longer affiliated with, comic book maestro Stan Lee, claims that ownership of the sword-wielding barbarian was illegally transferred to another company in 2002.
According to court documents, Australia 'collar bomb' suspect Paul Peters – arrested in Kentucky Monday – once worked for a company with links to the father of Madeleine Pulver.