The original class-action lawsuit alleged that Walgreens knew Theranos' tests were "unreliable."
The San Francisco district attorney's office said the security guard was acting in self-defense when he shot and killed 24-year-old Banko Brown.
More than a dozen Democratic governors urged seven major U.S. pharmacies not to bow to political pressure on medication abortion.
The pharmacy chain announced earlier this month that it would not distribute abortion pills in 20 states.
The pharmacy giant's decision is expected to impact patients in Alaska, Iowa, Kansas and Montana.
The letter comes just a month after the Food and Drug Administration said abortion pills can be offered at retail pharmacies.
The landmark ruling lays partial blame for the opioid abuse epidemic on pharmacies that supplied the drugs.
Walgreens is based in Deerfield, Illinois, and operates more than 9,000 stores in all 50 states.
The company said it will offer commonly prescribed medications with discounts to its Prime members.
Twitter users were definitely down with this unintended collaboration.