Midweek Roundup: Hastert Enters ‘Not Guilty’ Plea, Former FIFA Official Suspected of Defrauding Haiti Earthquake Victims, and More

Former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert on Tuesday pleaded not guilty to charges of lying to federal investigators and structuring cash withdrawals to pay someone not to reveal alleged past misconduct, the Associated Press reported. More U.S. officials investigated former Former Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) Vice President Jack Warner four years ago in connection with $750,000 of missing funds raised for victims of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, the BBC reported. Warner allegedly wired the funds, which are still missing, into accounts he controlled. More HSBC attorneys led by Chief Legal Officer Stuart Levey are investigating the head...