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Boy Scouts of American considering filing for bankruptcy, reports say

By Lucia Suarez Sang

The Boy Scouts of America are reportedly mulling filing for bankruptcy protection amid dwindling membership numbers and costly sex abuse allegations.

Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 death

A 78-year-old prisoner who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman.

Cybill Shepherd claims Les Moonves canceled her show after she rejected a sexual advance

By Tyler McCarthy

Actress Cybill Shepherd claims that her 1995-1998 show “Cybill” was canceled abruptly after she refused an advance from now-disgraced former CBS boss Les Moonves.

Cybill Shepherd claims Les Moonves canceled her show after she rejected a sexual advance

By Tyler McCarthy

Actress Cybill Shepherd claims that her 1995-1998 show “Cybill” was canceled abruptly after she refused an advance from now-disgraced former CBS boss Les Moonves.

Senate passes overhaul of sexual harassment claim process

The Senate has passed a bill to overhaul the process for handling sexual assault and harassment claims in Congress.

Bolton threatens to pull aid for β€˜unproductive’ UN missions in Africa, vows reform

By Adam Shaw

National Security Adviser John Bolton announced the administration’s strategy for Africa on Thursday, and warned that the U.S. would not longer support “unproductive” United Nations peacekeeping missions -- and promising to advance U.S. interests on the continent.

Senate passes overhaul of sexual harassment claim process

The Senate has passed a bill to overhaul the process for handling sexual assault and harassment claims in Congress.

Bolton threatens to pull aid for β€˜unproductive’ UN missions in Africa, vows reform

By Adam Shaw

National Security Adviser John Bolton announced the administration’s strategy for Africa on Thursday, and warned that the U.S. would not longer support “unproductive” United Nations peacekeeping missions -- and promising to advance U.S. interests on the continent.

IMF says it is reviewing data provided by Venezuela

By LUIS ALONSO LUGO

The International Monetary Fund said Thursday that it is reviewing delayed economic data provided by Venezuela.

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