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What to know about Hunter Biden investigations as congressional scrutiny increases

Dual investigations into Hunter Biden’s financial dealings could enter crucial but divergent phases in the coming weeks as congressional scrutiny of the president’s son ramps up and federal prosecutors press forward in their years long probe of his tax affairs and overseas business endeavours. The status of the two probes, one rapidly expanding as another enters its fifth year, marks a precarious and pivotal moment for the younger Biden, 52, whose legal challenges and personal life have made him a target for his father’s political foes. After years of largely avoiding public confrontations about his business dealings, Hunter Biden has recently engaged a new legal team and undertaken a more aggressive legal tack, making private citizen criminal referrals and sending cease-and-desist letters involving some of his most vocal critics.