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|More Wells Fargo customers may be affected by sales scandal: filing - |
Wells Fargo had previously estimated that up to 2.1 million customers may have had checking and credit-card accounts opened in their names without authorization over a period of several years. Wells initially disclosed the number of affected customers as part of a $185 million settlement in September, leading to multiple government probes, lawsuits and an internal review, and hurting Wells Fargo's reputation. Thousands of employees were fired over customer abuses, which stemmed from aggressive sales targets implemented by managers.
|U.S. communications agency considers helping in probe of Jewish center threats - |
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Wednesday it was exploring what it could do to help law enforcement track down who has made telephone threats to nearly 100 Jewish Community Centers across the United States in recent months. An FCC spokesman said Pai "is actively exploring what steps the FCC can take quickly to help Jewish Community Centers and law enforcement combat these threats." He did not say if Pai would grant the waiver.
|White House supports renewal of spy law without reforms: official - |
By Dustin Volz and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration does not want to reform an internet surveillance law to address privacy concerns, a White House official told Reuters on Wednesday, saying it is needed to protect national security. The announcement could put President Donald Trump on a collision course with Congress, where some Republicans and Democrats have advocated curtailing the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or FISA, parts of which are due to expire at the end of the year.
|Judge okays release of Florida nightclub shooter's widow from jail - |
OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - The widow of the gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, may be released from jail as she awaits trial on federal charges accusing her of covering up his plans for the June 2016 attack, a judge ruled on Wednesday.
|Lawyers for ex-NFL star Hernandez claims witness was killer - |
An attorney for ex-New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez claimed on Wednesday that a key witness who prosecutors say will finger the convicted killer as the gunman in a 2012 double murder is blaming his former friend to hide his own guilt. The 27-year-old former professional football player is charged with gunning down two immigrants from Cape Verde, an attack that prosecutors contend was motivated by Hernandez's anger after one of the men accidentally spilled a drink on him at a Boston nightclub.