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The University of Arizona is refusing to disclose the Notice of Allegations issued from the NCAA related to the university’s program. The NOA is alleged to contain nine different violations, but the document has not been made public.

ESPN is suing the University of Arizona and the Arizona Board of Regents because they refuse to turn over NCAA records related to allegations against former UofA basketball coach Book Richardson, who went to federal prison in a bribery scandal. Read more»

On the heels of the FBI’s three-year investigation of a college basketball corruption scandal, questions about the state of Arizona’s program and the impact it will have on coach Sean Miller remain. Read more»

The NCAA corruption scandal is stupidity, wrapped in ignorance, and uncovered by an FBI that should have better things to do. The future of Arizona basketball is threatened by the systemic denial that programs run on cash, not grades. Read more»

Wal-Mart has been sued by the second-largest pension plan in the United States, the California State Teachers' Retirement System, over the retailer's alleged mishandling and cover-up of bribery in their Mexico division Read more»

A Wal-Mart sign can be seen in Mexico City. Authorities in Mexico have opened an investigation into whether government officials were involved in alleged bribery by Wal-Mart de Mexico.

Federal authorities in Mexico announced Wednesday they would investigate to find if government officials at the national level were involved in alleged bribery by the U.S. retail giant Wal-Mart. Read more»

Mexican President Felipe Calderón (right) meets with Wal-Mart de Mexico representatives on Feb. 24, 2011, in Mexico City.

Shares in the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart have continued to slide as the likelihood appears to grow that the company will face legal recompense for its alleged actions in Mexico. Read more»

James Murdoch

James Murdoch stepped down as News International executive chairman Wednesday morning over allegations of bribery at The Sun. This is just the latest in a series of tumultuous events surrounding News Corporation. Read more»

A man reads a copy of The Sun in June 2007.

Global media baron Rupert Murdoch pledged to not close The Sun newspaper after five of its staff were arrested Saturday morning in London on suspicion of bribery. Read more»

A Tucson Sector Border Patrol agent was indicted Thursday on bribery charges, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Monday. Abel Canales is accused of allowing a U-Haul truck to pass through the I-19 checkpoint. Read more»

American companies attempting to bring goods into Gaza claim that Israeli officials solicited bribes from them, a U.S. diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks has revealed. Read more»

Nigeria will drop bribery charges against Dick Cheney and Halliburton after the energy firm agreed to pay up to $250 million in fines. Read more»

Nigeria has charged former Vice President Dick Cheney with corruption in a case involving his old energy firm, Halliburton. Nigeria's anti-corruption agency charged Cheney as the head of Halliburton when its engineering subsidiary, KBR, allegedly paid bribes totaling $180 million. Read more»