Weekly Roundup: U.S. Releases Report on Possible Saudi Link to 9/11, FinCEN Fines California Card Club, and More

U.S. lawmakers released 28 pages of a 2002 congressional report outlining federal suspicions that Saudi Arabian officials may have had a hand in the funding of the Sept. 11 attacks. Although the report documents a range of potential interactions between Saudi Arabia and al-Qaida, American investigators have subsequently uncovered no direct evidence of a Saudi role in the attacks, The New York Times said. More The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network imposed a $2.8 million monetary penalty against Californian-based card club Hawaiian Gardens Casino for failing to properly report suspicious activity and large transactions. Casino employees allegedly helped clients to structure...