R&B star R. Kelly's attorney entered not guilty pleas on the singer's behalf Monday after Kelly was charged with sexually abusing four victims dating back to 1998, including three underage teenagers.
The Atlantic has published a report detailing multiple allegations of sexual abuse against director Bryan Singer, whose film “Bohemian Rhapsody” received an Oscar nomination for best picture just two days ago. Some victims accuse Singer of misconduct that occurred when…
By Emily Swanson, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
Nearly 6 in 10 military veterans voted for Republican candidates in the November midterm elections, and a similar majority had positive views of President Donald Trump's leadership. But women, the fastest growing demographic group in the military, are defying that…
By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
A New York judge declined to dismiss sexual assault charges against Harvey Weinstein Thursday, rejecting the latest push from the disgraced film producer's lawyers to have his indictment thrown out.
In our Thursday news wrap, French police have found and killed the man accused of opening fire at a Christmas market in Strasbourg. The search for the suspect ended as a third shooting victim died of injuries. Also, after surviving…
More than 300 athletes have revealed that they were sexually abused by USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. Though Nassar is now in jail, the fallout from his crimes continues, as details emerge proving that top Olympics executives knew of the…
By Alexandra Olson, Associated Press
CBS shareholders quickly elected 11 members of its revamped board on Tuesday before their annual meeting adjourned without discussion of an investigation into sexual-misconduct claims against former CBS CEO Les Moonves.
The Trump administration has announced new rules governing how colleges respond to allegations of sexual assault and harassment. The changes broaden rights for those accused of misconduct and narrow the definition of sexual harassment. But will they discourage victims from…
By Michael Casey, Associated Press
Dartmouth College was sued Thursday for allegedly allowing three professors to create a culture in their department that encouraged drunken parties and subjected female students to harassment, groping and sexual assault.
Lawmakers at Thursday’s hourslong hearing were presented with a dichotomy: an agency that promises it has made progress in addressing harassment and reprisal, and a former employee who says the changes amount to a “band-aid” to deep-seated problems.
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