Nashville’s Thistle Farms is no ordinary business -- it’s a nonprofit staffed by women who have survived addiction, sexual abuse or trafficking. The organization’s two-year program offers participants housing, free therapy and medical care, as well as opportunities to work…
By John Yang, Leah Nagy
U.S. District Judge Richard Berman on Thursday granted prosecutors' request to dismiss charges against Epstein after he killed himself in jail.
By Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who was recruited by Epstein, said meetings were arranged for sex in London and elsewhere with Prince Andrew.
By Associated Press
When accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide in a New York jail, some of his alleged victims reacted with outrage that he had robbed them of the chance to face him in court. But more than a dozen…
By Tom Hays, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
Financier Jeffrey Epstein had pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking charges and was held without bail, accused of sexually abusing women in the early 2000s at mansions in Manhattan and Florida.
By Larry Neumeister, Jim Mustian, Associated Press
The lawsuits say two women were 17 and the third woman was 20 when they said they were sexually assaulted by Jeffrey Epstein.
By Jim Mustian, Curt Anderson, Associated Press
Court papers filed last week in the U.S. Virgin Islands list no details of beneficiaries but valued the estate at more than $577 million, including more than $56 million in cash.
By Jim Mustian, Michael R. Sisak, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead Saturday morning in his cell at the MCC, a jail previously renowned for its ability to hold notorious prisoners under extremely tight security.
On Monday, Attorney General William Barr sharply criticized the management of the Manhattan federal prison where wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his cell over the weekend. John Yang reports and talks to Cardozo Law School’s Jessica Roth…
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