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By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
The former warden of an abuse-plagued federal women's prison known as the "rape club" is going on trial.
By Michael R. Sisak, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Kevin Spacey has testified in a New York courtroom that he never made a sexual pass at the actor Anthony Rapp. Rapp has sued, claiming the Academy Award-winning actor tried to take him to bed when he was 14.
By Tom Hays, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
A year-long independent investigation into the National Women's Soccer League uncovered systemic patterns of emotional abuse and sexual misconduct, and that the league and U.S. Soccer Federation failed to act for years to address players’ complaints. Former Deputy Attorney General…
By Amna Nawaz
An Iowa court sentenced a teenage victim of sex trafficking to five years probation and ordered her to pay $150,000 to her abuser’s family. The case is underscoring a serious issue of justice where hundreds of victims of sexual abuse…
By Amna Nawaz, Karina Cuevas, Dorothy Hastings
By Michael Tarm, Joey Cappelletti, Associated Press
A federal jury on Wednesday convicted R. Kelly of several child pornography charges in his hometown of Chicago, delivering another legal blow to a singer who used to be one of the biggest R&B stars in the world.
By Michael Tarm, Associated Press
Closing arguments are scheduled Monday for R. Kelly and two co-defendants in the R&B singer's trial on federal charges of trial-fixing, child pornography and enticing minors for sex.
A former California prison chaplain who pleaded guilty to forcing an inmate to have sex with him is facing sentencing in a federal court.
With the testimony Tuesday, prosecutors sought to persuade jurors that Kelly was desperate in the early 2000s to recover the recording that had gone missing, knowing it could land him in serious legal trouble.
By Almudena Calatrava, Daniel Politi, Leonardo la Valle, Associated Press
Opera star Placido Domingo's name has appeared in an investigation of a sect-like group in Argentina that also had U.S. offices and whose leaders have been charged with numerous crimes, including sexual exploitation.
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