Subpoenas issued to Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump in New York attorney general probe of ex-president’s company

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (C) gives two thumbs up as Donald Trump Jr. (L) and Ivanka Trump (R) stand and cheer for Eric Trump as he delivers his speech during the third day of the Republican National Convention on July 20, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Joe Raedle | Getty Images The New York attorney general’s office issued subpoenas to Donald Trump Jr. and his sister Ivanka Trump for a civil investigation of the company owned by former President Donald Trump, a court filing revealed…

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Net neutrality is poised for a comeback as Biden tries to get last FCC commissioner confirmed

Net neutrality advocates rally in front of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ahead of Thursday’s expected FCC vote repealing so-called net neutrality rules in Washington, December 13, 2017. Yuri Gripas | Reuters The next hot tech policy debate will be a familiar one to those who remember the last time Joe Biden had a job in the White House. Net neutrality is making a comeback. President Biden, who was vice president under Barack Obama when the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of net neutrality in 2015, has made clear…

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Dr. Scott Gottlieb says vaccinated people cannot ‘throw caution to the wind’ due to delta variant

Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Friday urged fellow vaccinated Americans to be on guard about the Covid delta variant, telling CNBC its highly transmissible nature cannot be ignored even by people who have immunity protection. “The original premise around the vaccines — that they reduce the risk of serious disease and hospitalization — is still intact,” the former Food and Drug Administration commissioner said on “Squawk Box.” “We still see in the data that the vast majority of people who are getting in trouble with Covid are people who are unvaccinated.”…

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Jeffrey Epstein victims fund awarded almost $125 million to about 150 people

Jeffrey Epstein attends Launch of RADAR MAGAZINE at Hotel QT on May 18, 2005. Patrick McMullan | Getty Images A fund set up to compensate victims of the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein awarded almost $125 million to about 150 individuals, after receiving more than twice the amount of claims its administrators expected. Out of those claimants, 92%, or about 140 people, accepted the money they were offered, according to the Epstein Victims’ Compensation Fund, which concluded its claims process Monday. Tuesday is the second anniversary of the day the…

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