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A lab technician for the company Co-Diagnostics prepares components for a coronavirus test in March in Salt Lake City. The company has come under scrutiny regarding its tests' accuracy and stock sales by leadership at the company. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Stock Sales By Leaders At Coronavirus Testing Company Raise Legal Concerns

Co-Diagnostics, a company that has provided coronavirus tests to three state governments, has come under intense scrutiny for claims about its tests' accuracy and stock sales by company leaders.

A lab technician for the company Co-Diagnostics prepares components for a coronavirus test in March in Salt Lake City. The company has come under scrutiny regarding its tests' accuracy and stock sales by leadership at the company. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Stock Sales By Leaders At Coronavirus Testing Company Raise Legal Concerns

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Beach Dr. Oddisee
An Old Fashioned Man Dan Romer

Last year, at the future site of the California Indian Heritage Center in Sacramento, Gov. Gavin Newsom, left, with Assemblyman James Ramos, formally apologized to tribal leaders across the state for the violence, mistreatment and neglect inflicted on Native Americans throughout California history. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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With 1 Of Their Own In The Statehouse, Native Americans In California Win New Rights

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Years (Prologue) The Midnight
Heart Skipped a Beat The xx

Yaquelin De La Cruz holds a COVID-19 vaccine during clinical trials in August at the Research Centers of America in Hollywood, Fla. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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CDC Adviser On COVID-19 Vaccine Priority Groups And Why Some Aren't Eager To Be First

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A New Dawn Followed by Ghosts
Two Chord Wake Suzanne Kraft
Never Mess With Sunday Yppah
Harvest Moon Poolside
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Supreme Court justices heard arguments in a case that asked whether the court's previous decision to bar non-unanimous jury convictions in criminal trials can be applied retroactively. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Weighs Whether All Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts Are Unconstitutional

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San Francisco-based Hamish McKenzie, Chris Best and Jairaj Sethi are the co-founders of the email newsletter platform Substack, which has seen its active writers more than double since the start of the pandemic. Substack hide caption

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Tired Of The Social Media Rat Race, Journalists Move To Writing Substack Newsletters

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On a November afternoon sisters Raegan and Rylyn Richins sit at their picnic table in their backyard in a Kentucky county holding signs they just painted. Cheri Lawson /NPR hide caption

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'Be Kind': Tween Kentucky Sisters Hope Campaign Will Spark A Wave Of Kindness

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