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JPMorgan Chase made the allegation in response to a lawsuit from the U.S. territory where the accused sex trafficker had lived.
The Grammy-winning "Queen of Rock 'n' Roll" died Wednesday at 83.
San Francisco's DA says prosecutors are having trouble with defendants who claim to be victims of human trafficking, but it’s hard to find many instances where that's happened.
“There was a lot of guilt,” the reality star said while opening up about her “sad” split from the “SNL” alum.
The girl was allegedly abducted and killed by a FedEx driver last year, but authorities said her disappearance didn’t meet criteria for an Amber Alert.
"Because I had no way to explain why our relationship ended the way it did, I never considered what she might be going through."
But Dr. Caitlin Bernard reportedly dodged more severe penalties.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu, who underperformed in the first round after finishing second to Erdogan, has hardened his stance on migration to win over voters. Will it pay off?
European Commissioner Thierry Breton said Twitter was still subject to tough new digital rules. "You can run but you can't hide."
The tennis champ’s daughter had a big reaction to the news of her future sibling.
The high school student's attorneys argued in a hearing Friday that the school district decision violates her free speech rights.
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