Wade Goodwyn

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The Boy Scouts of America filed bankruptcy today as they face an avalanche of sex abuse lawsuits. This filing means that all civil litigation is suspended.

Bankrupt and sued, can the Boy Scouts survive?

The Boy Scouts of America filed bankruptcy today as they face an avalanche of sex abuse lawsuits. This filing means that all civil litigation is suspended.

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Taylor Kitsch aims to show fuller portrait of cult leader in 'Waco'

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