3 more women have sued the alleged serial sexual predator's estate, detailing more allegations of rape and other forced sex acts.
The existence of the will, first reported by the New York Post, raised new questions about Epstein's final days.
The World Resources Institute shed one board member named in the Jeffrey Epstein case. Now another director's Trump donations are causing a stir.
Hugh Hurwitz, who served as the acting director of the federal Bureau of Prisons, will be reassigned to a new role.
Buckingham Palace issued a statement after footage emerged of the Duke of York inside Epstein's mansion.
The disgraced financier was found unconscious in his cell last weekend.
Jail suicides inside opaque correctional institutions aren't uncommon. The fallout from Jeffrey Epstein's death has been.
A Washington Post story suggested the evidence pointed away from suicide, but medical experts are pushing back on that analysis.
Birtherism, wind turbines and more from President Donald Trump.
The Catholic Church, the Boy Scouts of America, public school districts and possibly even deceased financier Jeffrey Epstein are among the likely targets.
Araoz is the first of several Epstein accusers who plan to sue the estate of the sexual predator under New York's Child Victims Act.
The CNN host also likened the president to a 5-year-old.
The two guards also allegedly falsified log entries to show they had regularly checked on inmates — though they hadn't actually done so.
Surveillance video reviewed after the death showed the Metropolitan Correctional Center guards never made some of the checks noted in the log, a source said.
The warden at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan has also been temporarily reassigned.
Sen. Ben Sasse is also urging Attorney General William Barr to "rip up" the deal.
The president said he thought it was "fine" to retweet the conspiracy because it came from a person with lots of Twitter followers.
A New York Times reporter reflected on a conversation he had with the multimillionaire financier last year.
Late night hosts, including Stephen Colbert and Trevor Noah, went after President Donald Trump for retweeting conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide.
Late night comics used their shows to confront President Donald Trump for retweeting conspiracy theories about Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged suicide that involve former president Bill Clinton.