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Seven members of Mexico's Zetas cartel were arrested Tuesday after a U.S. indictment accused a total of 14 cartel members of laundering drug money through the breeding and racing of American quarter horses in the United States, authorities said.
"I don't mind a debate around issues like decriminalization," he said at the Cartagena summit. "I personally don't agree that's a solution to the problem." Decriminalization means scrapping criminal penalties for the use of drugs. It falls short of legalization which, in its purest form, means the abolition of all forms of government control of drugs. Obama is against that, too. "I don't think that legalization of drugs is going to be the answer," he said.
The FBI has seen an increase in insider trading cases and an increase in involvement of organized crime groups in healthcare fraud schemes, among other trends identified in the FBI’s “State of Financial Crime” report released on Monday
Canada is a top producer and exporter of ecstasy, a synthetic drug linked to more than a dozen recent deaths in Canada, according to a UN report released Tuesday.
Law enforcement officials announced charges Wednesday against seven hedge fund and investment professionals in an insider trading case they called "a stunning portrait of organized corruption on a grand scale."
Mobsters have a long history of making a killing in the garbage-hauling business, but a New Jersey commission says they have gone green by infiltrating the commercial recycling business.
A mob-run ring that lured women from Russia and other Eastern European countries with the promise of waitressing jobs — only to send them to dance at New York strip clubs — was shut down Wednesday after 20 people were charged
Salvatore Montagna led Bonanno family in New York, returned to Montreal in 2009
The biggest ID theft bust in history is the result of equally impressive international cooperation, observers say.
Members of the Amish community traditionally have settled their scores independent of secular society, but the federal legal system will decide the fate of Monroe Beachy, 77, of Sugarcreek, Holmes County