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In the Elizabeth Holmes criminal case, the media is also on trial

For a time, Elizabeth Holmes was a media darling. The college dropout who started her blood-testing company Theranos at 19 graced the cover of magazines such as Forbes, Fortune, and Inc. in her signature black turtleneck to help cultivate her image as "the next Steve Jobs." She was upheld as a rare female founder who'd raised significant sums of capital to drive her startup towards an eye-popping $9 billion valuation.

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What we learned this week in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes

It was an eventful week in the closely-watched trial of Elizabeth Holmes, with witnesses who included scientists, medical professionals, a patient and even the former US Secretary of Defense laying out how the promise of Holmes' blood testing company Theranos fell apart.

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Former Theranos lab worker details testing concerns

Erika Cheung, a former Theranos lab worker turned whistleblower, testified Wednesday during the trial of founder Elizabeth Holmes about how she grew increasingly uncomfortable about the startup's ability to accurately conduct blood tests on patients.

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Opinion: Elizabeth Holmes' surprising defense

Elizabeth Holmes, Silicon Valley's one-time darling for founding and leading the now failed biotech company Theranos, is on trial in one of the most highly anticipated criminal fraud cases in the country -- and one of her potential defense strategies is not what you might expect.

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The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes: A timeline

Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and former CEO of failed biotech startup Theranos, went from being hailed as the next Steve Jobs to facing up to 20 years in prison over federal fraud charges. How did Holmes get here?

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Elizabeth Holmes' trial is set to begin: Here's what you need to know

Elizabeth Holmes, the disgraced founder and former CEO of Theranos, is set to go to trial this week, more than three years after being indicted on multiple federal fraud and conspiracy charges over allegations she knowingly misrepresented the capabilities of her company's proprietary blood testing technology.

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Why some senators don't approve of acting FDA head

President Joe Biden is in a standoff with senators in his own party over who should lead the US Food and Drug Administration, a key post in the fight against Covid-19. CNN's Kristen Holmes reports.

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Fears for Afghan translators' safety as US troops withdraw

The US military's goal of withdrawing all troops from Afghanistan by September 11 is underway, but not everyone who served will be able to leave by then. CNN's Michael Holmes reports on the Afghan translators who will be left behind due to a lengthy visa process.

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Why some people want this Abraham Lincoln statue taken down

CNN's John Avlon takes a look at the history of the Emancipation Memorial of former President Abraham Lincoln and why Washington, DC delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton has re-introduced a bill to have it removed from Lincoln Park near the US Capitol.

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