Three women filed federal charges against United Way Worldwide, accusing CEO Brian Gallagher of targeting them after they spoke up about sexual harassment. Two were fired.
Black and brown survivors are more likely than white survivors to face financial insecurity right now, putting them in an even more vulnerable position.
The number far exceeds the initial projections of lawyers who have been signing up clients since the Boy Scouts filed for bankruptcy protection in February.
Lisa Montgomery, a victim of incest and sex trafficking, had her underwear confiscated while awaiting her Dec. 8 execution.
Brett Hankison, who faces low-level charges related to Taylor’s death, has been accused of using “his uniform and badge” to target women.
The alleged cult leader expressed no remorse for his actions.
A federal judge has ruled the Department of Justice can’t defend President Donald Trump in a defamation suit brought by E. Jean Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in the 1990s.
The hosts talk with the founder of the Me Too movement about the next phase of the organization's work against sexual violence and abuse.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge found that James Safechuck could not sue two corporations owned by Jackson because he had not demonstrated that he had a relationship with the corporations that would have required them to protect him from Jackson.
The British socialite, a close friend of Jeffrey Epstein, has been accused of grooming young teens over many years for sex with powerful men.