Boy Scouts of America

The proposed compensation fund would pay out $2.6 billion to more than 80,000 men who say they were molested as children by Scout leaders and others.
The $850 million fund will compensate tens of thousands of men who say they were sexually abused as youngsters by scout leaders.
At least 88,000 former Scouts have come forward with claims of abuse, which led the group to declare bankruptcy last year.
The paintings, which the BSA said it commissioned during a 64-year relationship with the late painter, aim to help fund a $300 million victims fund.
In the seven lawsuits each representing seven different male victims, attorneys say church officials never notified authorities about abuse allegations.
The number far exceeds the initial projections of lawyers who have been signing up clients since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February.
Victims of sex abuse from Scout leaders have until Nov. 16 to seek compensation from a proposed fund.
The new badge will require Scouts "learn about and engage with other groups and cultures to increase understanding and spur positive action."
Nearly 8,000 alleged abusers have been identified among the Boy Scouts’ leaders and volunteers dating back to 1944.
M. Russell Ballard of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints also said the country's behavior needs to improve.