"I couldn’t believe that even royalty was involved," Virginia Roberts Giuffre said in an NBC interview.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) signed a bill into law on Wednesday extending the statute of limitations for survivors of second- and third-degree rape.
It happened at age 15 on average and the man was often several years older, researchers said.
“Lyft has continuously ignored and dismissed the stories of victims like me,” Alison Turkos said of her assault.
In a lawsuit, Britney Taylor alleges that the NFL player sexually assaulted her in three separate incidents.
Chanel Miller, known only as Emily Doe for years, read her emotional impact statement in a teaser for her first public interview on “60 Minutes.”
"They're getting away with rape," the accuser's attorney said.
Mateen Cleaves was acquitted of raping a woman last week, but video evidence shows him pulling his accuser back into his room.
“Thank God, justice was done,” she said outside the court.
The mother claims that the suspect, reportedly a school employee, was allowed to continue working for several days after the incident.
The Iowa congressman was defending not allowing exceptions for rape and incest in anti-abortion legislation he tried to pass in Congress.
The soccer star was accused of sexual assault against a woman in a Las Vegas hotel room in 2009.
In "Second Assault," a short film exclusively premiered by HuffPost, Jillian Corsie and Amy Rosner confront the system that failed Corsie, years after her assault.
The Democratic presidential hopeful announced a far-reaching plan on Thursday to examine the hundreds of thousands of rape kits that remain untested.
New Jersey judge John Russo Jr. is facing suspension for mistreating a woman who was seeking a restraining order from her attacker.
The billionaire sex offender was indicted Monday on charges of child sex trafficking involving girls as young as 14.
Their doubts made me question the legitimacy of my own trauma.
The advice columnist responded to the president's insult in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper.
Executive Editor Dean Baquet denies being cowed by the president but says his newspaper "should have played it bigger."
The president has denied the columnist's sexual assault allegation.