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Children's chairity under scrutiny

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department is imposed a freeze on federal grants to the children's charity Big Brothers Big Sisters of America early this year after the agency's inspector general turned up indications of improper financial management. The federal government's Office of Justice Programs is requiring the Philadelphia-based nonprofit group to do a better job of managing and...

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