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Rachel Axon 27m
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All NGBs with leaders testifying today do publish banned lists but are among minority. Often, banned lists are difficult to find. SafeSport publishes searchable disciplinary records of its cases, but those offer less info than some lists.
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Christine Brennan 31m
What is an Olympic NGB? And why have they — with the USOC — caused the worst scandal in U.S. Olympic history? My column:
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USA Gymnastics is also testifying before Congress for the first time on sexual abuse. Last year, it declined an invitation to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee, which it was heavily criticized for during that hearing.
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Rachel Axon 35m
Noteworthy re: Kerry Perry - this is the first time she will answer questions from anyone. She has not done media interviews since she was hired in December. Am told she will not speak to media today but will take question from committee in a bit.
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USOC and NGB officials sworn in for Congressional hearing.
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Rachel Axon 42m
About to get started on opening statements from witnesses. Acting USOC CEO Susanne Lyons is up first. You can read her remarks here.
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Production company Global Road Entertainment apologized to parents in a news release Tuesday.
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USA Gymnastics CEO and other leaders of U.S. Olympic sports organizations answer questions about sexual abuse before a Congressional subcommittee. Tim Evans, who investigates sexual abuse scandals in gymnastics is answering your questions. Watch:
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In the 1960s, some California farm workers were paid less than a dollar per hour. Cesar Chavez and others founded the farmworkers union in 1962 to fight for improved pay and working conditions.
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The Conners are done for the year. A finale recap: (via )
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Dow 50,000 by 2022 or 2023? Pipe dream? Long shot? Or strong possibility? One money manager says investors should not rule out Dow 50K.
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By , Easy questions only for Donald Trump: President Snowflake loves his safe space. Never has a modern U.S. president so carefully avoided pointed questions, and never has a president had so much to answer for. via
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Bristol Palin and Dakota Meyer are either extremely friendly exes or are hinting at a possible reconciliation.
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Stacey Abrams won the Democratic primary in Georgia’s gubernatorial race and could be the 1st black woman governor in the U.S.
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This year's Indy 500 is on Sunday!
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The 77-year-old bus driver in the fatal New Jersey school bus crash had 14 license suspensions.
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Fact check: President Trump wrongly blames Democrats for an administration policy that will separate parents and their young children caught entering the U.S. illegally.
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The Bay Area Hall of Fame will get a second chance to honor soccer star Brandi Chastain with a plaque that bears a bit closer resemblance to the Olympic gold medalist and World Cup champion. (Photo: AP)
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One night after crowned its first champion since its resurrection on ABC, it was NBC's turn, naming the winner of 's 14th season.
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It's time for a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents' home, an upstate New York judge ruled Tuesday. (Photo: AP)
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