Latest US Department Of Justice News

Bank of Nova Scotia or Scotiabank has agreed to pay $127.4 million to settle the US CFTC charges for involving in spoofing.
Two Canadians sentenced to federal prison for bitcoin fraud. They were sentenced to two years in federal prison and three years of supervised release.
The former chief technology officer and co-founder of NiceHash has reportedly been arrested in Germany.
A 22-year-old man in the US has been sentenced to two years in prison for unlicensed bitcoin sale.
BitFunder Owner Arrested Following the joint investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The US Justice Department has published the charges against the owner of BitFunder, also known as “Ukyo.” 
According to the US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the US Department of Justice works on US cryptocurrency AML strategy. The strategy will deal with the use of cryptocurrencies for money laundering.
Deutsche Bank CEO asked EU taxpayers for €150bn to recapitalise the bank, as Deutsche Bank showed 0.6% growth in Q3 profit. What is next for the bank?
US DoJ has obtained its second plea in the probe in relation to the price fixing in Forex market. What is going on in DoJ price manipulation investigation?
Donald Trump stated he will new order to replace immigration ban. the new order would intend to address the concerns that were raised by the court.
Following the long lasting lawsuit process, tracking back since 2011, it has been reported that; BNY Mellon to settle FX fraud allegations for $598 million.