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Topic - John Ingram
An esteemed religious counselor in New York City's ultra-orthodox Jewish community was sentenced Tuesday to 103 years in prison for molesting a girl who came to him with questions about her faith.
An increased expansion of Nebraska's Memorial Stadium will help satisfy a higher demand for seats and allow for future growth as the school enters the Big Ten conference, athletic department officials said Friday.
Vanderbilt vice chancellor David Williams says he's closing in one person in his search for a football coach in a deal he hopes to have concluded by the end of the weekend.
"This cannot be tolerated in a free society," he said.
Judge Ingram on Tuesday urged detractors to leave the girl alone to live a good life with her husband.