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Ex-Theranos Manager Tells of Unrelenting Pressure From Holmes

On her way out the door when she quit working at Theranos Inc., Surekha Gangakhedkar says she printed and took company documents “to protect myself” -- because she suspected a pending launch of the company’s blood-testing machines in Walgreens stores would end badly.

NYPD Can’t Remove Religious Head Coverings for Booking Photos

The New York Police Department must face a class action alleging its policy requiring people who are arrested to remove their religious head coverings for photographs violates the state and U.S. Constitutions, the Southern District of New York ruled Friday.

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How Marijuana Is Both Legal and Illegal in the U.S.

How do states legally get around the federal ban on cannabis, and what unique legal challenges do attorneys and businesses in the marijuana industry face?

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