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Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes will attend the US government fraud court hearing against her on May 5, 2021.CNBCFormer Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes promised a technological breakthrough, but it really was a house of cards, prosecutors said during a trial Wednesday."Miss Holmes went out, told the world, and told investors, we have tests with the highest accuracy rate," said...
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OPINION | This article contains political comments that reflect the author's opinion.After John Kerry leaked information to Iran that he shouldn't be disclosing, The Daily Wire says he's asked to hand in his resignation.During the meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, Kerry said that Israel was responsible for hundreds of attacks on Iranian assets in Syria.White...
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If it is true that Governor Andrew Cuomo reached under a worker’s blouse and groped her without consent, it would be a crime under New York law. Unwanted sexual contact falls under the broad category of sexual assault.The Albany County District Attorney must now open a criminal investigation. Additionally, the New York Attorney General's current investigation needs...
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ON Former aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo has come forward to charge him with persistent sexual harassment and unwanted physical contact. If applicable, your description could lead to criminal charges against Cuomo. At least it deserves a criminal investigation by the prosecutor.In a 1,700 word article published on the Medium website, Lindsey Boylan describes...
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Boeing agreed to pay more than $ 2.5 billion to settle criminal complaints with the U.S. Department of Justice that the company accused of hiding information about its 737 Max plane, which was involved in two crashes the Federal Prosecutor announced on Thursday that 346 people were killed.The deferred law enforcement arrangement closes the DOJ's roughly two-year investigation and...
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