The head of Moscow’s foreign intel service, which masterminded 2016 election interference, supposedly talked to Mike Pompeo about working together on terrorism.
Matthew Bogdanos of the Manhattan district attorney’s office is a world-renowned expert in antiquities looting who’s hunted down artifacts from Iraq to the Upper East Side.
Ravi Ragbir was convicted of wire fraud two decades ago and will be sent back to Trinidad after he was detained this month.
Sandeep Rehal says she was demeaned and terrified while working for the film mogul, who dictated emails to her while naked.
When other offices arrived, prosecutors say the cop told them that he’d been robbed — by the man whose shirt and shoes he’s taken at gunpoint.
Relying on NYPD sources, future Pulitzer winner Mike McAlary wrote three columns for the Daily News denouncing her as a fraud who ‘probably will end up being arrested herself.’
Mehmet Atilla is going to prison after the man who invented the scheme, Reza Zarrab, flipped and accused President Erdogan of approving business with Tehran.
The Russian Direct Investment Fund grew out of the Kremlin's 'bank of spies,' and is sanctioned by the U.S. government.
A Bronx man was allegedly part of the Lebanese terror group’s plan to have operatives ready in case of an emergency.
Chelsea Bomber Ahmad Rahimi and another inmate swapped and distributed ISIS propaganda in jail, according to prosecutors.