The Duggars

Four of his sisters accused officials of invading their privacy by releasing records from a police investigation that concluded the former reality television star fondled them.
A federal jury in Arkansas has convicted former reality TV star Josh Duggar of downloading and possessing child pornography.
A federal judge says that jurors can hear evidence that the former reality TV star molested four girls nearly 20 years ago.
Jim Bob Duggar, who previously served in the Arkansas House, said he's running as a "bold voice that is pro-family, pro-business, pro-gun and pro-life."
The federal judge also denied motions to suppress all statements Duggar made to investigators and photos that were taken of Duggar after he was in custody.
The network says it won't produce more seasons of the "19 Kids and Counting" spinoff, "Counting On," to give the family time to "address their situation privately."
Jinger Vuolo and her husband said they fully support the investigation into her eldest brother.
The conservative reality star could face up to 20 years in prison.
"Thanks for all of the love and support," says the "I Am Jazz" activist.
Derick Dillard blasted Berkus' show for "celebrating a lifestyle so degrading to children."