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US Virgin Islands seeks $190 million from JPMorgan as part of Jeffrey Epstein lawsuit

By Ramishah Maruf, CNN New York (CNN) — The US Virgin Islands is seeking $190 million in penalties and disgorgement from JPMorgan Chase and requesting that it implement safeguards against human trafficking in its ongoing case alleging the bank benefited financially from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking operation and failed to report suspicious financial

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Clothes displayed at the Shein Group Ltd. headquarters in Singapore

‘There is no Coco Chanel’: Lawsuit accuses Shein of copyright infringement

Ellie Stevens (CNN) — Three graphic designers are suing Chinese fast-fashion giant Shein over what they allege is “egregious” copyright infringement and racketeering. In the lawsuit, which was filed in a California federal court Tuesday, the designers allege Shein produced and sold exact copies of their designs. They claim Shein uses “secretive algorithms” to determine

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A voting booth at the Gates of Heaven Synagogue is seen here in November 2022 in Madison

US officials worry about ‘chilling effect’ on combating election disinformation after order limiting Biden administration contact with social platforms

By Brian Fung and Sean Lyngaas, CNN Washington (CNN) — A federal judge’s move to limit how some US agencies communicate with social media companies could have a “chilling effect” on how the federal government and states address election-related disinformation just as the 2024 election cycle gets underway, according to interviews with current and former

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A container of radioactive Mixed Oxide Fuel (MOX) is loaded onboard a purpose-built ship in northwestern France in September 2022 ahead of its transport to Japan. The EU has lifted all import restrictions on food produced near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan.

EU lifts curbs on food imports from Fukushima area as Japan set to release nuclear water into sea

By Olesya Dmitracova and Alex Stambaugh, CNN London/Hong Kong (CNN) — The European Union has lifted all import restrictions on food, including fish, produced near the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan just as Tokyo prepares to release treated radioactive wastewater into the ocean. The bloc’s move follows positive results from tests carried out on the

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