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Entire USA Gymnastics board to resign over Larry Nassar failures

INDIANAPOLIS – The remaining members of the USA Gymnastics board of directors will resign under pressure from the United States Olympic Committee after the USOC threatened to decertify the organization if it didn’t take more strident steps toward change amid the fallout from the scandal surrounding former team doctor …

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NCAA boss aware of MSU sexual assault claims for years: report

The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s powerful president reportedly knew of multiple reports of sexual misconduct inside Michigan State’s athletics department for nearly a decade — and did nothing. Days after the NCAA said it was opening an investigation into why the university didn’t address Larry Nassar’s sex …

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Brooklyn teacher arrested for biting 5-year-old girl

A Brooklyn teacher chomped down on a little girl’s arm when the clingy child wouldn’t leave her side during class Friday, police said. Shavonne Johnson, 37, a substitute teacher at Public School 66 on E. 96th St. in Canarsie, was arrested just before 1 p.m. and charged …

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WWE boss accused of sexually assaulting woman in tanning booth

Florida police reportedly had professional wrestling boss Vince McMahon in a half-nelson years ago on a groping case, but prosecutors let him escape their clutches. A Boca Raton tanning salon employee accused McMahon of trying to kiss and grope her after a bronzing session in January 2006, according …

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Questions arise over Don McGahn’s refusal to fire Mueller

Don McGahn’s job is to protect President Trump — and, according to reports, he’s also the man who saved special counsel Robert Mueller from being canned by the commander-in-chief. The White House counsel may have prevented a firestorm last June when he prevented Trump from firing Mueller. …

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ICE ‘targeting’ immigrant rights leaders: N.Y. Congress members

Federal immigration agents appear to be “targeting” a number of “immigrant rights leaders across the United States,” New York congresspeople charge. In a letter to the Department of Homeland Security obtained by the Daily News, Reps. Nydia Velázquez and Joe Crowley demand a sit-down with Immigration and Custom …

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