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Theranos to pay Arizona customers $4.7 million in settlement

Theranos to pay Arizona customers $4.7 million in settlement

Embattled blood-testing company Theranos Inc will pay $4.65 million to customers in Arizona who used its services between 2013 and 2016, the state's attorney general said on Tuesday. A year earlier, Theranos's Northern California lab also failed a lab inspection . Attorney General Mark Brnovich, whose office got the consent decree, declined to comment on the merits of that legislation or whether it contributed to the losses sustained by Arizona consumers.


Predators push Blackhawks to playoff brink

Predators push Blackhawks to playoff brink

Hockey is a lovely sport because it combines speed, skill, strategy and most importantly luck. Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki is day to day with a lower-body injury, but Ottawa got back defenseman Marc Methot in Game 2 for the first time since he was hurt March 23.


Oklahoma deputy shot and killed while serving eviction notice

Oklahoma deputy shot and killed while serving eviction notice

The sheriff believes the suspect, identified as 45-year-old Nathan Aaron Leforce, may have carjacked two more vehicles since then. He was flown to OU Medical Center where he later died. According to the police, the suspect is possibly armed and risky. LeForce has a criminal history including multiple misdemeanors. An Oklahoma deputy sheriff who was shot by a suspect who then escaped in the deputy's patrol vehicle has died of his injuries, sources tell CBS affiliate KWTV .



Troopers: Alaska highway closed after shots fired

Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said she did not know yet whether the man had shot at someone or something. The closure comes less than two weeks after another man with a gun was reportedly firing shots at Beluga Point, a scenic pullout on the highway.


Federal Bureau of Investigation got court order last summer to monitor Trump adviser

Federal Bureau of Investigation got court order last summer to monitor Trump adviser

However, judges can grant permission for surveillance and approve application if they agree that there might be a probable cause that the alleged person is an agent of a foreign power . Former aide Carter Page , an oil industry consultant, spoke out amid reports that the FBI investigated him a year ago for ties to Russian intelligence.



Cleveland Offers $50000 Reward For Steve Stephens As Search Expands Nationwide

Authorities are telling people in Cleveland , as well as Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and MI, to be on the lookout for the suspect, 37-year-old Steve Stephens. Authorities say Stephens is considered armed and unsafe and could be anywhere. "We don't want people to panic", Williams said. The FBI has also posted Stephens' photo on billboards in OH and surrounding states.