US Justice Department opens probe into secret documents leak
A steady drip of dozens of leaked documents and slides have made their way onto Twitter, Telegram, Discord and other social media and chat sites in recent days, and new documents continue to surface.
Ex-DoJ lawyer tells jury he met with Chinese to further illegal lobbying campaign
George Higginbotham's duties included facilitating some of hip-hop artist Pras Michel's dealings with businessman Jho Low.
US seizes website selling malware that stole computer data
The seizure of the site, worldwiredlabs dot com, was conducted by federal authorities in Los Angeles as part of an international law enforcement effort, the US Department of Justice says.
DoJ against revealing evidence supporting search of Trump's home
It says the affidavit would serve as a roadmap to the government's ongoing investigation, and could compromise future investigative steps.
US offers rewards for tipsters on stolen 1MDB assets
Under the new Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program, up to US$5 million is being offered for leads in several cases including that of 1MDB.
MACC to seek DoJ’s help in probing Astro ex-boss
MACC chief Azam Baki confirms freezing US$10 million worth of assets belonging to Rohana Rozhan.
US Justice Department sues Texas over abortion law
Attorney-General Merrick Garland says the Texas act is 'clearly unconstitutional'.
RM1.9 billion in seized 1MDB funds remitted from DoJ
The Assets Recovery Trust Account has now received a total of RM16.05 billion in seized and repatriated 1MDB funds.
New US executions rule heralds return of gas chamber and Ol’ Sparky?
The outgoing Trump administration is paving the way for additional methods of executing prisoners.
Was Goldman Sachs let off with a slap on the wrist for 1MDB crimes?
There are questions as to whether the US authorities' action against Goldman amounts to a meaningful punishment given the scale of wrongdoing.