"I'm not going to lie in this situation," soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo said at a news conference ahead of a Champions League match on Tuesday. "I'm very happy. My lawyers, they are confident and of course I am, too."…
It’s a horrific byproduct of the Rohingya flight to Bangladesh: babies who are the product of rape, born to refugees who were assaulted by the Myanmar military. Compounding the trauma, their community views the women as dishonored. Special correspondent Tania…
For a Yale Law School professor pioneering research on the #MeToo movement, the Kavanaugh hearings are indicative of larger issues with how we think about sexual assault.
By Colleen Long, Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Moments after pivotal Sen. Jeff Flake announced his support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Arizona Republican was confronted with the consequences.
Here’s what science says about how alcohol, age and memory interplay, and how trying to forget a memory can reinforce or corrode it.
By Associated Press
Judge Steven O'Neill sentenced Cosby on Tuesday, five months after his conviction in the first celebrity trial of the #MeToo era.
By Maryclaire Dale, Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
Facing the possibility of prison at 81, Bill Cosby arrived at a suburban Philadelphia courthouse Tuesday to learn his punishment for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman over a decade ago in what led to the first celebrity trial of…
By Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press
Bill Cosby arrived at a suburban Philadelphia courthouse Monday for the start of a sentencing hearing that will determine how the 81-year-old comedian will be punished for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman more than 14 years ago.
By PBS NewsHour
After Dr. Christine Blasey Ford accused Supreme Court nominee Judge Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school, President Trump tweeted to ask for official filings. This sparked a movement on Twitter in which women shared stories of why they…
By Alan Fram, Lisa Mascaro, Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
Attorney Debra Katz calls Friday's deadline for a response "arbitrary." She says "its sole purpose is to bully" Christine Blasey Ford.
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