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To commemorate the fifth anniversary of "Jersey Boys" in Las Vegas, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons are getting their own star on Las Vegas Boulevard. We talk to the legendary singer about his career. We also talk with Bob Gaudio, who wrote many of The Four Season's greatest hits.

 

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A fifth person has filed a lawsuit against the Mormon church accusing religious officials of not doing enough to protect Navajo children from sexual abuse in a now defunct church-run foster program that placed thousands of American Indian children with Mormon families.

The new lawsuit was filed Wednesday in Navajo Nation court by a woman who says was sexually abused as a teenager over a three-year period from 1968-1971 by her foster father at a house in Spanish Fork, Utah. She says was 15-years-old when the abuse began.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints declined comment on the new case.

Church officials haven't commented on the abuse allegations, though lawyers have pointed out that families volunteered to participate in the program and a large number never reported any problems.

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