Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy amid wave of sexual abuse allegations

The long-anticipated Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing Tuesday will allow the Boy Scouts to keep operating as it reorganizes its finances and handles claims from hundreds of potential victims.

Federal judges reportedly call emergency meeting in wake of Stone case intervention

The extraordinary move follows President Trump’s tweets about the Roger Stone case and U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson.

Bloomberg qualifies for Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas

Mike Bloomberg’s Democratic rivals, who have been publicly critical of the former New York mayor, are eager for a chance to counter hundreds of millions in television advertising he has already aired.
Biden honors seven U.S. Army soldiers killed in action in Afghanistan in 2009. (AP)
Biden honors seven U.S. Army soldiers killed in action in Afghanistan in 2009. (AP)
Obama, Biden and Holbrooke, left, attend a briefing in 2009 before meeting with the Afghan president. (Pete Souza/The White House)
Obama, Biden and Holbrooke, left, attend a briefing in 2009 before meeting with the Afghan president. (Pete Souza/The White House)
Biden attends a briefing on Afghanistan in the White House in 2009. (Pete Souza/The White House/Getty Images)
Biden attends a briefing on Afghanistan in the White House in 2009. (Pete Souza/The White House/Getty Images)

The war in Afghanistan shattered Joe Biden’s faith in American military power

"I am not sending my boy back there to risk his life on behalf of women’s rights!" the vice president shouted during a private meeting in 2010 with Richard Holbrooke, President Obama’s special envoy to Afghanistan.

They were one of the first families separated at the border. Two and a half years later, they’re still apart.

Asylum seeker María Reynoso was sent back to Guatemala. Her 9-year-old daughter is in Florida. Theirs is a hidden separation — older, longer, unreported to Congress.

The loves and scandals of President Warren G. Harding

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Cardinal McCarrick secretly gave nearly $1 million to group led by cleric accused of sexual misconduct

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