The man's refusal to testify caused the judge to question the viability of the case against the two-time Oscar winner.
The response to sexual assault allegations made by writer E. Jean Carroll against President Trump is again raising questions about what women face when they take their accusations public. Judy Woodruff speaks with Emily Bazelon of The New York Times…
By Associated Press
The women, both journalists who were friends with E. Jean Carroll, spoke publicly for the first time to The New York Times in a podcast.
Recently, another woman stepped forward to credibly accuse President Trump of a forcible, violent sexual assault -- one that meets the legal definition of rape. Why hasn’t there been any political fallout, or even much discussion of the allegations made…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
A New York-based advice columnist claims Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in a dressing room at a Manhattan department store in the mid-1990s, according to a first-person account published Friday. Trump said, "I've never met this person in my life."…
By Sophia Tareen, Michael Tarm, Associated Press
Among the 11 new counts are four counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault, which carries a sentence of up to 30 years in prison.
By David Eggert, Associated Press
Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr., a medical researcher who has led Stony Brook University in New York for nearly a decade, was named as the next president of Michigan State University.
Sexual assault and abuse are issues of national and global reach and prominence. Among Navajo populations, the problem is even more prevalent. As one of the few female delegates on the Navajo council, Amber Kanazbah Crotty is leading a campaign…
As the U.S. continues to grapple with issues of sexual assault and harassment, the Department of Defense released a report Thursday detailing the extent of the problem within its ranks. The data indicates a rise in the reported number of…
By Maria Cheng, Jamey Keaten, Associated Press
A year after claims of sexual assault and harassment rocked the U.N. agency that fights HIV, UNAIDS looked like it might be on the mend. But the upheaval is not over.
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