Sam Bankman-Fried's jury selected, opening statements expected
US District Judge Lewis Kaplan interviewed a pool of more than 40 qualified jurors, after dismissing dozens who could not serve for personal or professional reasons or would not be able to reach an impartial verdict.
Hunter Biden pleads not guilty to gun charges in Delaware court
Hunter Biden was charged last month with three counts related to lying on a federal form to acquire a Colt Cobra handgun in 2018 and for being an illegal drug user in possession of the gun.
Trump reaped over US$100 million through fraud, New York says as trial starts
Testimony in the Manhattan courtroom began following opening statements, with Donald Bender, a partner at Mazars USA and longtime accountant for Trump's businesses, as the state's first witness.
Tesla scores Autopilot victory as judge rules owners must use arbitration
The ruling means Tesla will not have to face class action claims on behalf of much larger groups of vehicle owners.
Trump used 'materially inaccurate' financials, New York says as civil fraud trial begins
Trump, the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, is accused by James of inflating the value of his assets by billions of dollars to secure better loan and insurance terms.
Indonesia court rejects petition to review pro-investment law
The so-called 'omnibus law' is key to President Joko Widodo's legacy of economic reform as he prepares to leave office next year.
Donald Trump's business empire in peril as civil fraud trial opens in New York
The trial comes a week after the judge presiding over the case found Trump liable for fraud and will largely concern the penalties he must face.
Spanish court rules software mogul McAfee's death was suicide
Although the autopsy had already determined he died by suicide, his family had filed an appeal asking for a more in-depth investigation into his death.
Bankman-Fried may face 'very long sentence' if convicted, judge says
Bankman-Fried has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of fraud and conspiracy stemming from FTX's collapse in November 2022.
Trump found liable for fraud in New York civil case
The scathing decision will make it easier for New York Attorney-General Letitia James to establish damages at a scheduled Oct 2 trial.
Trump opposes US request to limit his comments on election case
His defence team says such restrictions would violate his free speech rights as he runs for president as the clear front runner for the Republican nomination in 2024.
UK killer nurse Letby to be re-tried over one alleged attempted murder
Lawyers for Lucy Letby, who maintains her innocence, have submitted an application seeking permission for an appeal against her convictions.