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Deutsche Bank freezes plans for North Carolina jobs on transgender law

Deutche BankDeutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) is freezing plans to create 250 new jobs at its Cary, North Carolina, location after the state passed a controversial law targeting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens.

"We take our commitment to building inclusive work environments seriously," John Cryan, the chief executive of Germany's largest lender, said in a statement on Tuesday.

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Exclusive boarding schools face reckoning on sexual abuse

Abuse reports at exclusive New England schools

A series of sexual abuse scandals is forcing a reckoning at some of New England's most exclusive boarding schools and sending a shudder through similar institutions around the country that have long been training grounds for members of America's elite.

At St. George's School in Rhode Island, scores of alumni have come forward to complain of being sexually violated by teachers or schoolmates. At St. Paul's in New Hampshire, a rape trial revealed a tradition in which senior boys competed to have sex with younger girls. And at New Hampshire's Phillips Exeter Academy, several graduates have accused faculty members of sexual abuse and other inappropriate behavior.

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Documents show the secret violence of Chicago's Homan Square

Homan Square violence by policeInternal documents from the Chicago police department show that officers used physical force on at least 14 men already in custody at the warehouse known as Homan Square.

Police used punches, knee strikes, elbow strikes, slaps, wrist twists, baton blows and Tasers at Homan Square, according to documents released to the Guardian in the course of its transparency lawsuit about the warehouse. The new information contradicts an official denial about treatment of prisoners at the facility.

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Court restores ban on polygamy in Utah, handing defeat to Sister Wives family

Sister Wives defeated in courtA federal appeals court restored Utah’s ban on polygamy Monday, handing a defeat to the family from TV’s Sister Wives and other polygamists who say the ruling could send plural families back into hiding out of fear of prosecution.

Others cheered the decision that they say will help authorities prosecute people for crimes tied to the practice, such as underage marriage and sexual assault.

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Feds charge Texas AG Ken Paxton with fraud

Ken PaxtonThe U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday charged Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton with civil securities fraud for promoting a North Texas tech firm, adding to the first-term Republican’s growing legal woes.

Paxton was charged with persuading others to buy stock in North Texas tech firm Servergy, Inc. without disclosing he was being paid to promote the company. The attorney general, a Republican from McKinney, also faces criminal fraud charges in Texas for these same allegations.

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Tesla Recalls 2,700 Model X SUVS to Fix Third-Row Seats

Tesla recallTesla Motors Inc. is recalling 2,700 Model X sport utility vehicles, the first such action for the SUV, to repair the third-row seats after strength tests done by the automaker found a potential problem.

“Recently, during an internal seat strength test that was conducted prior to the start of Model X deliveries in Europe, the recliner in a third row Model X seat unexpectedly slipped,” Tesla said Monday in an e-mail to affected customers, all of whom are in the U.S. “Until the recall is performed, you may make full use of your Model X, although we ask that you temporarily not have anyone sit in the third row seats while the car is in use.”

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UC Berkeley students to file state sexual harassment complaint against professor

UC Berkeley students to file harassment charges against professorKathleen Gutierrez struggles to get out of bed each day. For the past year, the 28-year-old University of California at Berkeley graduate student has battled extreme fatigue, unexpected body aches and debilitating anxiety.

At the root of her stress is her fear that at any moment on campus, she could run into Blake Wentworth, a professor in her department who she says repeatedly sexually harassed her – touching her inappropriately and frequently making offensive comments, including telling her “I’m so attracted to you” and bragging about doing drugs off of a stripper’s body.

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