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Mobile Health App Makers Settle Allegations Of Misleading Marketing Claims

A trio of smartphone health apps that claim to do things like measure your heart rate or the vitals of your unborn child have agreed to settle allegations brought by the state of New York that these products made promises they couldn’t keep. 346 more words

Privacy

12 Indicted In Massive Organized Retail Theft Ring That Spanned 28 States, 20 Years

When someone mentions the takedown of an organized crime ring, the first thing to come to mind is probably something along the lines of The Sopranos… 569 more words

Crime & Fraud

Feds, New York Accuse Maker Of Prevagen Dietary Supplement Of False Advertising

Prevagen is a dietary supplement that claims to help improve memory in 90 days, but both federal and state regulators are accusing the company behind Prevagen of making false and unsubstantiated claims. 654 more words

Crime & Fraud

Trump decides to dissolve his foundation

Sun Dec 25, 2016 | 4:00am EST

Reuters

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump talks to members of the media at Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., December 21, 2016. 672 more words

Trump Says He Plans To Shutter His Charitable Foundation

U.S President-elect Donald Trump said on Saturday he has made plans to dissolve his charitable foundation: The Donald J. Trump Foundation. The said Trump Foundation is currently under investigation by the New York attorney general . 227 more words

Report

Clinton Foundation refiles three years of tax forms — Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Clinton Foundation officials quietly refiled three years of tax-related forms this week after the New York attorney general acknowledged the charity had failed to disclose all of its donors in accordance with state law.

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An Election Year Impervious to Bad Press

Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump has been getting a lot of bad press lately, even by Republican president nominee standards, and by now it’s almost to a point where even such avid news readers as ourselves can hardly keep up. 1,230 more words

Politics