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A New York prosecutor has obtained copies of Donald Trump’s tax records sought as part of a criminal grand jury investigation into the former president's business dealings. The Supreme Court this week rejected Trump's effort to keep the records private.
FISA government surveillance authorities, scrutinized since the Russia investigation, face new attention as the Justice Department watchdog reviews an ex-Boeing engineer’s claim he was unfairly pursued by the FBI during a probe of potential Chinese spying.
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•Pfizer shot works in large ‘real world’ test.
•Medical oxygen is scarce in Africa, Latin America.
•El Chapo’s wife goes from obscurity to celebrity to arrest.
•Exclusive: Secretive Israeli nuclear facility undergoes major project.
BREAKING: The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell sharply last week but remained high by historical standards. Applications for benefits declined 111,000 from the previous week to a seasonally adjusted 730,000, the Labor Department said.
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