A new U.N. report says allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation in U.N peacekeeping and political missions rose significantly in 2019, with allegations against civilian personnel nearly doubling.
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The university's president apologized last week to "anyone who was harmed" by Dr. Robert E. Anderson. His comment came a day after the school announced it was investigating abuse allegations against Anderson by five former patients.
By Mike Householder, Kathleen Foody, Associated Press
The department said Thursday it has ordered the school to overhaul its procedures for preventing sex discrimination and to conduct a formal review of how employees responded to complaints about Dr. George Tyndall.
By John Antczak, Associated Press
The Scouts’ initial bankruptcy documents state that 275 lawsuits are pending in state and federal courts across the country, and that attorneys for survivors estimate another 1,400 claims will be filed.
By Pamela Foohey, The Conversation
By David Eggert, Kathleen Foody, Mike Householder, Associated Press
The president of the University of Michigan has apologized to "anyone who was harmed" by a late doctor after several former students said he molested them during medical exams at the school.
By Jeff Karoub, Mike Householder, Associated Press
The university said in a statement that an outside, independent investigation has been launched into the allegations against Robert E. Anderson, the former director of University Health Service and an athletic team physician.
By Michael Rezendes, Associated Press
A lawsuit filed Monday in state court in San Francisco alleges that a Jesuit priest sexually abused an American boy "more than 1,000 times, in multiple states and countries." In interviews with The Associated Press, Robert Goldberg describes sexual abuse…
By David Eggert, Associated Press
The probe into Michigan State University's handling of complaints against serial abuser Larry Nassar has resulted in charges against three former school officials.
By Marc Levy, Mark Scolforo, Associated Press
The central bill signed by Gov. Tom Wolf gives future victims of child sex abuse more time to file lawsuits and ends time limits for police to file criminal charges.
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