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Judge who freed Sandusky tied to Second Mile

The judge who granted bail to former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky has in the past been a volunteer for his Second Mile organization, according to the biography on her former law firm's website. Full story

Why wasn’t Sandusky investigated years ago?

   As authorities continue to dig into the Penn State child sex abuse investigation the public is asking why weren’t the allegations investigated when they were first reported. Former Gov. Ed Rendell, D-Pa., joins Andrea Mitchell Reports to discuss.

NY charity studies possible Penn State scandal link

A New York-based charity was investigating on Monday whether it sent disadvantaged children for vacations at the home of accused child sex abuser and former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. Full story

Lessons learned from Penn State

   MSNBC’s Alex Wagner and a political panel debate whether the child sex abuse investigation at Penn State is indicative of a bigger institutional failure in our country.

Student body president: Why not more attenion on Sandusky?

   Penn State student body president, T.J. Bard, joins Richard Lui to discuss the latest in the Penn State child sex abuse scandal, a candle vigil held at State College, how the student community is reacting and the game this weekend.

Head of charity founded by Penn State's Sandusky quits

The longtime head of the children's charity founded by the former assistant coach at Penn State arrested on child sex abuse has resigned, the group said on Monday. Full story

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  Disturbing Sandusky interview surfaces

In light of the charges now filed against him, a 1987 NBC News interview given by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky paints a disturbing look at the man at the center of the Penn State child sex abuse scandal. NBC’s Michael Isikoff reports.

  Attorney for alleged sex abuse victim speaks out

Ben Andreozzi, an attorney who represents one of the alleged victims of former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky, and Jeff Dion, of the National Center for Victims of Crime, talk to TODAY’s Ann Curry about the child sex abuse scandal that has rocked the university.

  Pa. judge under scrutiny in Sandusky investigation

The judge who ordered former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky freed on $100K bail, Leslie Dutchcot, is also a volunteer for Sandusky's foundation. NBC News' Peter Alexander reports from State College, Pa. on the latest in the investigation.

  Identity crisis at Penn State

Penn State students and alumni are questioning what "We are Penn State" means in light of the child sexual abuse scandal. NBC's Peter Alexander reports.

  November 13: Nightly News Sunday broadcast

Identity crisis at Penn State; Perry's 'Oops' turning into 'Oh no'’ Eviction weekend for Occupy protesters; Less bunga, more banking for Italy?; Patriots owner, team carries wife's flag.

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