Weekly Roundup: Laundering Spies Go to Russia, Teddy Bear Company Tied to Drug Cartels, and More

Money laundering charges were in the center of a high-profile case against 10 Russian nationals accused of spying on the United States this week. The individuals, who lived in New York, Massachusetts and Virginia, violated U.S. law by wiring thousands of dollars in transactions, accepting ATM cards and paying for real estate, according to a July 7 indictment of the individuals. More The individuals pleaded guilty on Thursday to conspiracy to act as secret agents of a foreign government and were swapped Friday as part of a high-profile spy exchange between the United States and Russia, according to a report...