Posts Tagged ‘the-cases’

Review: ‘The Inventor’ is a coolly appalling portrait of Elizabeth Holmes and the Theranos scandal

As a quick glance at this week’s headlines will remind you — a staggering college admissions scandal, a wave of indictments in the cases of Paul Manafort and Jussie Smollett — we are living in deeply fraudulent times. But if there are few people or institutions worthy of our trust anymore, perhaps…

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In an exasperating abdication of responsibility, the Supreme Court says ‘never mind’ on gerrymandering

After raising expectations that it would finally deal with the harm caused by partisan gerrymandering, the Supreme Court on Monday essentially said: “Never mind.” It was an exasperating abdication of responsibility by the court, which should have used the cases before it to strike a blow against…

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Patients deserve to know if their doctors are on probation

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Appeals court deals setback to L.A. mortgage discrimination suits against big banks

Mortgage discrimination lawsuits filed by Los Angeles against Bank of America and Wells Fargo & Co. have hit a roadblock, with a federal appeals court saying the cases spurred by last decade’s housing bust lack merit. Opinions in those two cases, released late last week by a three-judge panel of…

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Six cases of Zika virus diagnosed in California, officials say

Six people in California have been diagnosed with the Zika virus in the past three years, state public health officials said Monday.

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