In other news, up to 2,200 active duty service members deployed to the southern border under Operation Political Stunt are returning home this week. That leaves 3,000 spending the holidays in tents for no substantiated reason.
Meanwhile, over 400 investors who manage over $32 trillion in assets have signed a statement calling on governments to fight climate change. The investors says failure to act will lead to permanent consequences far worse than then 2008 financial crisis. To say the least.
Finally, the FBI has issued subpoenas in its investigation of fake comments posted to support the FCC's decision to repeal Net Neutrality.
The Justice Department is investigating whether crimes were committed when potentially millions of people’s identities were posted to the FCC’s website without their permission, falsely attributing to them opinions about net neutrality rules, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Two organizations told BuzzFeed News, each on condition that they not be named, that the FBI delivered subpoenas to them related to the comments. [...]
As part of the New York attorney general’s previously announced investigation, the agency in October issued subpoenas to 14 organizations — 11 of which are either politically conservative or related to the telecommunications industry and opposed net neutrality, and three of which supported it. The offices of the attorneys general of both Massachusetts and Washington, DC, are supporting the New York investigation, and also issued subpoenas. Their participation has not been previously reported.
The federal subpoenas arrived a few days after the state ones, the two organizations told BuzzFeed News.