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Retired FBI Special Agent in Charge Pleads Guilty to Concealing Information from the FBI

McGonigal concealed from the FBI the nature of his relationship with a former foreign security officer and businessperson who had ongoing business interests in foreign countries and before foreign governments.

United States, Mexico, and Canada Launch Joint Initiative to Detect Collusive Schemes Seeking to Exploit the 2026 FIFA World Cup

The World Cup is expected to generate benefits across a wide range of sectors in the economy, including the construction, entertainment and tourism industries.

Senator Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Menendez, His Wife, and Three N.J. Businessmen Charged With Bribery Offenses

In exchange for things of value, Menendez allegedly agreed to use his power and influence as a senator to seek to protect Egyptian business interests and to benefit the Government of Egypt. 

Maryland Man Facing Federal Charges for Sexual Assault on Cruise Ship

According to the indictment, between January 1, 2023 and January 2, 2023, the defendant engaged in a sexual act by force and assaulted the victim without consent on board the cruise vessel Carnival Legend.

Latest U.S. Marshals Operation Nabs More Than 4,400 Fugitives

This enforcement action marks the third ONS since July 2022. In total, U.S. Marshals have apprehended more than 6,700 wanted fugitives, including 900 charged with homicide.

Two Sentenced in Burglary of British Consul General’s Houston Residence

Once inside, they stole multiple items, including the two cars (one of which was the property of the British Consulate), jewelry, electronics, documents and a safe. 

El Chapo’s Son Arraigned on Federal Criminal Charges Following Extradition

Guzman Lopez is charged with conspiring to distribute cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and marijuana from Mexico and elsewhere for importation into the United States.

Russian International Money Launderer Arrested for Illicitly Procuring Large Quantities of U.S. Manufactured Dual-Use Military Grade Microelectronics for Russian Elites

According to court documents, Marchenko operated an illicit procurement network in Russia, Hong Kong and elsewhere overseas.
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