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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Carolyn Coleburn
"Three Cups of Tea" author Greg Mortenson will remain the face of the charity he co-founded, despite his having to repay $1 million after an investigative report released Thursday concluded he mismanaged the organization and misspent its money.
Two of Malcolm X's daughters are unhappy that a new biography alleges their parents' marriage was strained and that their mother _ and possibly their father _ were unfaithful.
"Once the lawsuit was filed it was impossible to conduct our own investigation into the matter as all parties were represented by lawyers," Penguin spokeswoman Carolyn Coleburn said in statement Monday. "Because of attorney-client privilege and other issues, we had no choice but to let the facts develop within the context of the legal proceeding."
Penguin spokeswoman Carolyn Coleburn said the publisher had no comment on the report.