More than 150 young women testified to the abuse they suffered at the hand of former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar before he was sentenced to life in prison, revealing how the sport failed to keep so many athletes safe. What…
By PBS NewsHour
A Michigan courtroom erupted in clapping as former sports doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to as many as 175 years in prison for sexually assaulting scores of women and girls, including three Olympic gold medal gymnasts, under the guise of…
Over the past week, more than 150 women, some of them former Olympic athletes, shared stories about how Nassar had abused them as children and teens, in training facilities, medical centers, and at times, in their own homes.
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Nearly 100 women and girls who say they were sexually assaulted by Larry Nassar are testifying about his "veiled sexual abuse" during a four-day sentencing hearing in Michigan.
In our news wrap Wednesday, former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar pleads guilty to sexually assaulting seven young athletes. Four states investigate ride-sharing company Uber after reports that the company concealed a hack of 57 million users. And Lebanese Prime…
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