New York Uncovers $1 Billion in Sackler Family Wire Transfers

New York Times

In a court filing, the state attorney general’s office says that it has found new account transfers by family members who own Purdue Pharma, the maker of opioids.

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In the Decade Since Madoff, Ponzi Schemers Try New Tactics

New York Times

The S.E.C. has prosecuted 50 percent more Ponzi cases in the last 10 years. Those scams cost their victims $31 billion.

Deaths of five women with eating disorders linked by coroner fuelling fears of UK anorexia crisis

The Sun

THE deaths of five women who suffered from anorexia have been linked by a coroner. All five women were under the care of the Cambridge and Peterborough Foundation Trust (CPFT) with four of the women all dying within a year of each other. The cases...

Men with a short stride are ’40 per cent more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction,’ study finds

The Sun

BLOKES who take small steps are much more likely to be impotent, research reveals. Scientists found fellas with a short stride are 40 per cent more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction. Researchers think weak pelvic muscles may be to blame. ...

Original or Copied? ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Is Back in Court

New York Times

Who wrote the 1971 song’s opening passage, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant or Randy Wolfe? The music industry is hoping to get an answer on what makes a song original.