Prosecutors say El Chapo shouldn't get new trial

Prosecutors don't think Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman should get a new trial, or that jurors should be brought back to court for an evidentiary hearing to see if there was any juror misconduct during the Mexican drug lord's nearly three-month trial, according to a court filing Monday.

Former pharma execs hit with drug trafficking charges

Two former executives of a pharmaceutical distributor company are facing criminal drug trafficking charges on accusations of illegally distributing opioids and conspiring to defraud the US Drug Enforcement Administration, the first time distributors have been criminally charged with these crimes.

Charity funneled college admissions scam money

For parents allegedly taking part in Rick Singer's college admissions cheating scheme, payments for his services usually came in the form of donations to the nonprofit arm of his "private life coaching and college counseling company" -- the Key Worldwide Foundation.

Former NY AG won't be charged in abuse investigation

Eric Schneiderman, the former New York Attorney General who stepped down after multiple women came forward with allegations of assault, will not face criminal charges, the prosecutor tasked with overseeing the case told CNN.

Ex-Trump World Tower doorman's 'catch-and-kill' contract released

A former Trump World Tower doorman who says he has knowledge of an alleged affair President Donald Trump had with an ex-housekeeper, which resulted in a child, is now able to talk about a contract he entered with American Media Inc. that had prohibited him from discussing the matter with anyone, according to his attorney.

Judge could halt arrests of immigrants seeking green cards

A Boston federal judge could rule as early as Thursday whether to order the Department of Homeland Security to stop arresting undocumented immigrants who come to government offices for interviews as part of the first steps in applying for green cards.

Two women get kicked out of Uber after kiss

Two women say an Uber driver kicked them out of his car after he saw them kiss in the back seat. The driver's taxi license, required to drive for Uber in New York City, has been suspended as the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission investigates what happened.

AMI agrees to let Karen McDougal out of contract

Karen McDougal, the former Playboy Playmate who says she had an affair with Donald Trump and then unwittingly entered into a contract that wouldn't let her speak to the press, is now free to tell her story.

Meet 'Iron Stache,' the Dem running to replace Ryan

Randy Bryce, a mustache-clad iron worker who is known for his nickname "Iron Stache," has drawn national attention for his pointed attacks on House Speaker Paul Ryan, who he was hoping to unseat in November's election.