The company has about 77 million customers, so 3% of those would equal to about 2 million, which is still a lot. USA wireless network operator T-Mobile has alerted its users of possible leak of their private information in a security breach discovered a few days ago.
The Fed is very confident in the U.S. economy and Mr Powell indicated there is no intention of slowing down the Fed's rate hikes, said Chris Zaccarelli, chief investment officer at Independent Advisor Alliance in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Weisselberg, 70, began working for the Trump Organization as an accountant in the 1970s, when President Donald Trump's father Fred ran the company. He told Fox News in an interview aired Thursday that he knew about payments "later on". For context, NBC News compared the percentage of voters aware of the Manafort and Cohen stories to that of the "Bridgegate" scandal that hobbled former New Jersey Gov.
Collins past year resigned from a Vatican commission on child protection set up by the Pope over its failure to take action. "The failure of ecclesiastical authorities - bishops, religious superiors, priests and others - to adequately address these repugnant crimes has rightly given rise to outrage, and remains a source of pain and shame for the Catholic community", he told them.
Defending himself in a Fox News interview , Trump sounded like a nervous hoodlum as he attacked Cohen for "flipping", that is, telling prosecutors what they want to hear in exchange for a lenient sentence. Bogus invoices that allegedly concealed the nature of the payments could further focus direct prosecutorial scrutiny on both Trump's company and his campaign.
But as the perhaps the longest-serving employee in the Trump family business, he is rich repository of knowledge, and the idea of him answering questions to investigators under oath poses a new danger for the President as federal prosecutors in Washington and Manhattan dig deeper into Mr Trump's business affairs.