Weekly Roundup: Shutdown Purportedly Hinders Sanctions, Florida Man Sues Wells Fargo for Laundering Arrest, and More

The shutdown this week of much of the federal government has hindered the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the Office of Terrorist Financing and Financial Crimes, according to an unnamed source who spoke to ABC News. OFAC, which is responsible for enforcing economic sanctions, has been operating with a "skeleton crew." More A South Florida man has accused Wells Fargo Bank of wrongly tying him to money laundering out of an account opened in 2005, three years after he ended his relationship with the bank, NBC News reported Wednesday. More Carlos Gomez, who has been...