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FTX granted Alameda Research unlimited access to customers’ funds with a backdoor code feature.
In an opening statement, prosecutors in the SBF criminal trial have dismissed his wealth and influence as an utter lie.
In a high-profile trial, the DOJ's witness list and jury questions raise pivotal questions about fairness and justice in the
Sam Bankman-Fried faces an eight-count criminal charge in the trial set to commence in October.
The U.S. Department of Justice wants SBF to remain in detention throughout his criminal trial.
In the ever-evolving landscape of cryptocurrency enforcement, former SEC official John Reed Stark raises questions about the DOJ's role.
In an attempt to wriggle out of jail, Sam Bankman-Fried is complaining about internet speeds affecting his trial preparation.
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has moved to court, seeking to dismiss SBF’s defense as irrelevant.
A rare sealed motion filed by the SEC against Binance could signal significant changes for the crypto giant and its
Sam Bankman-Fried is accused of using $100 million in stolen funds to buy political influence through campaign donations.
The U.S. DOJ has decided to proceed with the campaign finance charge against SBF in the October 2 trial.
As Binance grapples with legal charges, the Department of Justice worries about a potential run on the exchange.
The DOJ has dropped political contribution charges against SBF.
Conflicts over jurisdiction with the Bahamas mean that SBF secured his first win in the FTX fraud trial.
The former SEC chief has asserted that the crypto exchange will soon have the U.S. Department of Justice knocking at
The DOJ joins other agencies in stepping up enforcement in the crypto space.
The SEC's concerns about Binance.US's were previously brushed aside.
Four Russian nationals allegedly coded smart contracts in a way that they would automatically shuffle investor funds between different accounts.
The bank's shares went down as much as 28% on the news that the DOJ is investigating it.
Federal prosecutors have taken down Hive, a notorious ransomware group, while preventing $130 million in demands from being paid.
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