The hire by LSU doesn't mean coach Ed Orgeron is trying to keep up with the Joneses, it means he's trying to keep up with the LSU Tigers.
Syed Arham Arbab, 22, admitted to defrauding 117 investors of thousands of dollars, and faces up to five years in prison.
Tesla said "the matter should be quickly resolved."
Billionaire technologist Musk said multiple meetings with a Saudi wealth fund, which recently bought almost 5 percent of Tesla stock through the public markets, had taken place over the past two years.
"I believe Coinbase has engaged in fraud by knowingly marketing a service it knows it cannot actually provide," one complaint said.
An SEC investigation into the bank closed last year, shortly before it took part in transactions with Kushner Companies.
A legal complaint accuses Facebook of failing to implement internal controls to stop criminal activity from overseas traders.
Congress used a must-pass spending bill to shield anonymous political money, but government watchdogs said it could have been much worse.
The price of bitcoin plunged by $700 in a matter of hours.
The cryptocurrency platform said the mystery hackers were "well organized."
Bitcoiin brand ambassador Steven Seagal was granted Russian citizenship by Putin in 2016.
The price of bitcoin tumbled to under $10,000, half of what it was worth only three months ago.
More than a dozen companies involved with cryptocurrencies are under investigation.
"A legend is born!"
Clayton said his Wall Street legal experience is a "strength," adding he did not think conflicts of interest would present problems in leading the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
SEC chair vows to finish the job while Banking Committee Republicans want a halt until Donald Trump takes office.
Wall Street titans have raised big money for Hillary Clinton's campaign by exploiting a loophole in a rule that aimed to restrict the financial industry's political influence.
At issue is whether the government must prove that the source of tips received a tangible benefit in order to prevail on insider trading cases.
The SEC is investigating whether the oil giant ignores or lies about how market fluctuations affect its profits.
Mickelson doesn't face charges, and has said he will return $931,000 the SEC alleges he made illegally.
The House Appropriations Committee is trying to stop the SEC from exposing corporate political contributions.
The Florida State football star is expected to be drafted by an NFL team in two weeks.