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"You literally had one job and you couldn’t protect us," the Olympic medalist said at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships this week.
William Strampel is accused of using his public office to sexually harass students, in addition to willfully neglecting to monitor Nassar.
Lou Anna Simon was allowed to retire with benefits and a million-dollar payout even though she is currently facing criminal charges over the Larry Nassar sex abuse case.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Jerry Moran proposed the Empowering Olympic and Amateur Athletes Act on Tuesday.
Former gymnast Sara Teristi says Geddert watched as Nassar abused her at a gym in Michigan when she was 14.
Scott Blackmun failed to act when he learned about Nassar’s serial sexual abuse and even deleted emails on the subject, an investigation revealed.
Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr., the former president of Stony Brook, will be the fourth person to lead the school since Lou Anna K. Simon stepped down last year.
Erin Lee Carr's "At The Heart Of Gold" centers survivors instead of the disgraced former USA Gymnastics team doctor.
USA Gymnastics cut ties with Edward Nyman on Tuesday citing a "conflict of interest."
NBA executive Li Li Leung is the fourth person to hold the position in the last two years.
Angela Povilaitis and Andrea Munford didn't just want justice for survivors. They wanted to help them heal.
Marisa Kwiatkowski followed a tip about USA Gymnastics. Then her phone started ringing.
Looking back on the Larry Nassar scandal, we spoke to experts about how to address these difficult issues with kids of all ages.
Amanda Thomashow filed a Title IX complaint against the Michigan State University team trainer in 2014 -- but no one listened.
I had spent every waking moment doing everything I could to protect my little girls from something like this.
Sarah Klein feels it’s her duty to take care of the girls Nassar abused, even though she was only 8 when the disgraced doctor first molested her.
Just days earlier, he claimed Larry Nassar's victims were "enjoying" their moment in the "spotlight."
Here's what's changed since Nassar was sentenced to life in prison, and what still needs to change.
"You know, the awards and recognition," said Michigan State University's John Engler.
The organization, tasked with preventing sex abuse in Olympic sports, has been criticized for not acting quickly enough in cases like the Larry Nassar scandal.