A sexting scandal involving a longtime Conservative politico appears to go deeper than originally thought.
NY Times says Trump and his father avoided gift and inheritance taxes by setting up a sham corporation and undervaluing assets to tax authorities.
Investigators are looking into whether Trump or his charity broke state law or lied about tax liability.
Emissions flap has already cost the German automaker $20 billion in fines and civil settlements in the US.
Automaker exposed monkeys to diesel exhaust; now says it “emphatically rejects” tests on animals.
Livingston faces sentencing for illegal use of a computer – a second guilty finding was stayed.
Many will also have the choice to return their vehicle at the buy-back price as of mid-September 2015.
Exports from the 21 companies under investigation suspended.
Global sales rose to 567,900 from 487,700 despite the damage to the company’s reputation.
Manufacturers fined for collecting millions of dollars in subsidies for vehicles that were never made.
Flagship brand barely breaks even, luxury brands do better.
Decision based on information incomplete investigation that top managers not involved.
CEO says Volkswagen plans to launch 20 new models by 2020.
Nearly 600,000 vehicles need to be brought into compliance.
Laura Miller faces charges involving document deletion arising from the gas plants scandal.