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  1. Serial child abuser and former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar will be sentenced to a lengthy prison sentence on Tuesday or Wednesday, and he could face as many as 125 years in prison.
  2. The girls trusted their doctor.
  3. Athletes Kaylee Lorincz and Sterling Riethan, who will make statements about their experiences with Dr. Larry Nassar, say he was a "master manipulator" and that they were "brainwashed" to trust him.
  4. "Talk is cheap." Those were the words Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman had for USA Gymnastics president and CEO, Kerry Perry, while delivering her victim impact statement at the sentencing hearing of Larry Nassar, the former USA Gymnastics chief medical coordinator accused of sexually abusing more than 100 former patients. She argued USA Gymnastics was "rotting from the inside" and profiting off her success while ignoring her suffering.
  5. Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, the judge for the Larry Nassar trial, has given some strong statements during Nassar's sentencing.
  6. The Homeland Security secretary made the rounds Tuesday on Capitol Hill as she continues to press the agency's priorities in immigration talks -- but she's facing skepticism from senators about the administration's reliability on the issue.
  7. Sen. Tammy Duckworth will make history when she becomes the first sitting senator in history to give birth later this year, her office said Tuesday.
  8. Special counsel Robert Mueller is seeking to interview President Donald Trump about his dismissal of former FBI Director James Comey and his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, The Washington Post reported Tuesday.
  9. Former President Barack Obama officiated a wedding for two of his former staffers this past Sunday in Washington, DC, according to Washingtonian magazine.
  10. The House isn't planning to take up what the Senate might pass on immigration, the House Republican whip said Monday, setting a potential showdown between the two chambers on the issue.
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