Fraud

Theranos founder's defense

In this image, Holmes stands holding an arm across her stomach while waiting for an elevator.
Elizabeth Holmes arrives at federal court in San Jose, Calif. on June 28. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes aims to "put investigative journalism on trial" to defend herself against "massive" criminal fraud charges, Bloomberg's Joel Rosenblatt reports.

What's happening, per Bloomberg: "Holmes contends Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou had an undue influence on federal regulators who concluded her blood-testing startup’s technology was a threat to patient health."

Timeline: The major developments in the college admissions scandal

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In what Department of Justice prosecutors are calling the biggest admissions scam in U.S. history, at least 50 people allegedly bribed coaches and paid for forged standardized tests in a conspiracy to get their children admitted to elite American colleges.

Details: To date, 50 people — from business leaders to celebrities like Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman and athletic coaches — have been charged in the alleged scheme, dubbed Operation Varsity Blues.