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  • Whistleblowing Neurosurgeon Wins Big, but at a Price A neurosurgeon convinced a judge that he was fired for reporting a colleague whose license was later suspended for disruptive behavior. The victor's $17.5 million court award, though, comes at a price.
  • Pentagon Pays for Service Members' Gender-Reassignment Surgery The Pentagon said on Tuesday it had paid for gender-reassignment surgery of an active-duty service member that took place earlier in the day, as the issue of transgender troops serving in the U.S. military continues to garner national attention.
 

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  • Whistleblowing Neurosurgeon Wins Big, but at a PriceA neurosurgeon convinced a judge that he was fired for reporting a colleague whose license was later suspended for disruptive behavior. The victor's $17.5 million court award, though, comes at a price.

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