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The Boy Scouts of America may be considering a bankruptcy filing to protect it from lawsuits over alleged child abuse. Allegations against scout leaders go back decades and accusers say the organization knew but kept silent.
WNYC and ProPublica report that President Trump's inaugural committee spent some of the $107 million it raised booking ballrooms, meeting spaces and hotel rooms at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Florida State Sen. Lauren Book, a member of the Parkland Commission, following the release of draft recommendations about how Florida schools should better respond and prepare for mass shootings.