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Boy Scouts files Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the face of thousands of child abuse allegations  11h20 18 février
Cara Kelly, Nathan Bomey and Lindsay Schnell, USA TODAY
Boy Scouts of America is facing hundreds, if not thousands, of sexual abuse cases thanks to changes in the statute of limitations.
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Ryan Newman in serious condition after violent crash in last lap of Daytona 500  12h01 18 février
Michelle R. Martinelli, USA TODAY
Ryan Newman was involved in a horrific crash just as Denny Hamlin won the Daytona 500 Monday at Daytona International Speedway.
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Joe Gibbs apologizes for team’s Daytona celebration: ’We really didn’t know’ how serious Ryan Newman crash was  05h27 18 février
Michelle R. Martinelli, USA TODAY
Joe Gibbs apologized for team celebrating Denny Hamlin’s Daytona 500 victory, saying they were unaware of the seriousness of Ryan Newman’s late crash.
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How a college student, a felon and 90K followers turned Kentucky into a gun sanctuary  11h00 18 février
Jonathan Bullington, Courier Journal
In two months, nearly all of Kentucky’s 120 counties have passed versions of a Second Amendment sanctuary resolution.
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Why did US break Diamond Princess coronavirus quarantine? ’Something went awry’  02h37 18 février
David Oliver, USA TODAY
Anthony Fauci shed light on the decision to evacuate passengers from the Diamond Princess, 14 of whom have tested positive for the virus.
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Mandatory vasectomy at age 50? Alabama lawmaker proposes response to abortion ban  04h22 18 février
Kristin Lam, USA TODAY
A proposed Alabama law would require all men get a vasectomy after they turn 50. The sponsor says the bill is a response to abortion bans.
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Boy Scouts files for bankruptcy, Harvey Weinstein trial, Bloomberg qualifies for Nevada debate: 5 things to know Tuesday  12h17 18 février
Editors, USA TODAY
The Boy Scouts files for bankruptcy, Mike Bloomberg qualifies for the Nevada debate, Harvey Weinstein trial set to go to jury and more news you need to know Tuesday.
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President’s Day scrape: Trump, Obama spar over who gets credit for robust U.S. economy  00h37 18 février
David Jackson and John Fritze, USA TODAY
Mocking an earlier tweet from Barack Obama as a con job, Donald Trump blasted his predecessor for now trying to take credit for the economic boom.
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Federal judges’ association calls emergency meeting after DOJ intervenes in case of Trump ally Roger Stone  23h33 17 février
Kevin Johnson, USA TODAY
An association of federal judges has called an emergency meeting after Attorney General William Barr intervened in the case of Trump ally Roger Stone.
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Sanders was ridiculously naive about the Soviet Union. The Trump ads write themselves.  10h00 18 février
Tom Nichols, Opinion columnist
Sanders was amazed at the open ’self-criticism’ of his Soviet hosts, but they were playing him. I hope I’m not forced to vote for him to oust Trump.
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Pier 1 store closings: These locations are slated to shutter. Is yours on the list?  04h31 18 février
Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY
Is your Pier 1 Imports store closing? Here is the list of U.S. locations slated to close or that recently closed, which includes more than 330 stores.
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M A S H’ star Kellye Nakahara dies at 7  00h03 18 février
Cydney Henderson, USA TODAY
Kellye Nakahara, who played Nurse Kellye on the TV series M A S H, has died at age 72.
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Ryan Newman in serious condition after crash during last lap of Daytona 500  12h40 18 février
USA TODAY
Ryan Newman was involved in a horrific crash during the last lap of the Daytona 500.
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The latest information on scary crash involving Ryan Newman at Daytona 500  12h43 18 février
Chris Bumbaca, USA TODAY
Ryan Newman’s wreck on the final lap of the Daytona 500 left him in serious condition, but his injuries were announced as not life threatening.
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Jeff Bezos will spend 10 billion of his own money to go after climate change  12h13 18 février
Elizabeth Weise, USA TODAY
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announces he will commit 10 billion of his personal fortune to fight climate change with the Bezos Earth Fund.