US star gymnasts berate institutions overseen by Congress for failing to investigate years of abuses.
Virginia Giuffre filed a US civil lawsuit last month against Prince Andrew, accusing him of sexually assaulting her.
The ruling triggered outrage online, sparking debate about the treatment of female workers across companies in China.
Theordore McCarrick, once the archbishop of Washington, DC is the only US cardinal to be charged with child sex crimes.
Details of the assault turned Alibaba into the highest-profile symbol of the abuses prevalent in Chinese tech firms.
Democrat Kathy Hochul will be sworn in at midnight as NY’s next governor, promises to ‘get the job done’.
Ruling enables the Boy Scouts, hit by a flood of lawsuits last year, to move ahead with a proposed reorganisation plan.
India’s main opposition leader slams firm for blocking tweet over alleged rape and murder of nine-year-old Dalit girl.
The watchdog’s comments to replace business drinks with ‘correct values’ sent most alcohol-related stocks tumbling.
The Epstein Victims’ Compensation Program distributed $125m to about 150 eligible people over the course of a year.
Critics say Alibaba failed to act until the female staffer went public with her allegations on the firm’s intranet.
Gates expressed regret over relationship with convicted sex offender days after divorce from Melinda was finalised.
Nine-year-old girl’s family alleges she was gang-raped and murdered by a Hindu priest and his associates in New Delhi.
Wu’s detention came after a teenager accused him of having sex with her while she was drunk – a claim he denies.