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The Sickening Child Porn Crisis Infecting U.S. Government Agencies

Daniel Rosen arrestedDaniel Rosen, a senior State Department official arrested last month for soliciting sex online with a minor, was reportedly arrested again Sunday night in Washington, D.C., and charged with an earlier crime of voyeurism after police searched his cellphone.

And he is only the latest in a long string of government employees to have been accused of crimes against children.

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US Reform Jewish rabbis install 1st openly lesbian leader

Rabbi Denise EgerAs a rabbinic student in 1980s New York, Denise Eger lived away from other seminarians. She quietly started a group for fellow gay and lesbian students, but held the meetings in another borough. By the time of her ordination, she wasn't formally out, but her sexuality was known, and no one would hire her. Later, she took the only job offered, with a synagogue formed expressly as a religious refuge for gays.

Since then, the Reform Jewish movement — Eger's spiritual home since childhood — has traveled a long road toward recognizing and embracing same-sex relationships. That journey has led this week to Philadelphia, where Eger will be installed Monday as the first openly gay president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the rabbinical arm of Reform Judaism.

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Boston St. Patrick's Parade To Include Gay Groups For First Time

Gas in St. Pat's parade in BostonTwo homosexual rights groups will march in Boston's St. Patrick's Day parade on Sunday after organizers lifted a longtime ban on lesbian, gay and transgender (LGBT) organizations joining the annual Irish-American march.

Boston Pride, an LGBT rights group, said this week organizers had accepted its application to participate in this year's march through the Irish bastion of South Boston.

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Subject of HBO documentary arrested in murder probe

durstRobert Durst, subject of the HBO documentary The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst, has been arrested in New Orleans based on a homicide investigation in Los Angeles, multiple media outlets reported Sunday, citing law enforcement officials.

Durst, 71, is a member of a prominent New York City family that owns a multibillion-dollar real-estate company.

In 2001, he was arrested as a fugitive and admitted to killing at Texas neighbor, Morris Black, cutting up his body and dumping the remains in Galveston Bay.

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Ellen Pao gender discrimination trial grips Silicon Valley

ellen PaoIt is standing room only in court 602 of the superior court of San Francisco, the hallways are blocked by television news crews and satellite TV trucks line the sunny streets outside.

Of those who have managed to secure a seat in the courtroom, a significant proportion have laptops out, busily transcribing every word of the proceedings straight to live blogs for the many tech websites fighting to provide the most comprehensive coverage.

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U of Washington investigates claims of racial slurs by SAE frat members

SAE frat house U of WashingtonBlack students at the University of Washington are alleging that members of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity called African Americans “apes” and made obscene gestures and booed as marchers passed the frat’s house during a campus Black Lives Matter protest last month.

The fraternity’s president says SAE members heard comments, too, but the fraternity has conducted its own investigation and doesn’t believe its members were involved.

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Koch Empire Spreads to College Sports

Koch Brothers expand to sportsRich, powerful, secretive and controversial: the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Koch brothers were made for each other.

Koch Industries has launched a multi-year national sponsorship campaign in college sports. The company has partnered with Learfield Sports, a firm that provides sports radio programming and marketing assistance to college programs, "to help tell its story" to fans of 15 universities -- many in the Big 10 and Big Twelve power conferences -- and the Missouri Valley Conference. It's not the company's first foray into college sports -- the Wichita State Shockers play in Koch Arena -- but it's a significant deal.

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