The number of horrific images of sexual abuse against children being posted on the Internet has exploded in recent years. A New York Times investigation found that technology platforms like Facebook and Google reported some 45 million videos and photos…
For years, she was known to the world as "Emily Doe," the survivor of a sexual assault that garnered national attention in part because her attacker served only three months in prison, a sentence that sparked outrage. This week, Chanel…
A federal judge in West Palm Beach, Florida, ruled that the women were not entitled to compensation from the U.S. Justice Department, even though prosecutors violated their rights by failing to consult them about the 2008 deal to end a…
By Jim Mustian, Associated Press
The trauma of this first sexual experience left a legacy of negative health outcomes for survivors, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
By Laura Santhanam
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
The lawsuit filed in federal court Thursday alleges nobody at the company investigated or adequately fact-checked the allegations before airing them. It says CBS' actions have damaged Justin Fairfax's reputation and "once promising career and political prospects."…
Harvey Weinstein was a film industry titan, but behind the scenes, he amassed a long list of alleged abuses toward employees and others -- as well as an intimidation campaign to keep them quiet. New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor…
By Collin Binkley, Carole Feldman, Associated Press
The Education Department is fining Michigan State University for failing to respond to sexual assault complaints against Dr. Larry Nassar.
In our news wrap Monday, 19 states sued to stop rollback of limits on detaining migrant children. The 1997 Flores agreement generally limits that period to 20 days, but President Trump wants to be able to hold entire families longer.
By Michael Sisak, Tom Hays, Associated Press
The disgraced movie mogul is set to be arraigned Monday on the revised charges, which Weinstein's lawyers called an unfair ploy to smear him during his upcoming trial with allegations too old to be prosecuted under New York law.
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