Texas Judge Ralph Strother has received backlash for helping men accused of sexual assault avoid harsher sentences.
The former Phi Delta Theta president at Baylor University allegedly drugged a 19-year-old woman and raped her outside a party.
The Education Department's Office of Civil Rights is included in Trump's effort to drastically scale back the federal government's role in enforcing civil rights.
This is the seventh Title IX lawsuit filed against the Baptist university in its ever growing sexual assault scandal.
Linda A. Livingston is the first woman to serve as president of Baylor University in the school's 142-year history—a history that has recently been shaped by scandal. Is a glass cliff waiting for her in Waco?
Baylor has had to fire another staffer for inappropriate conduct.
He was part of the incoming staff that hoped to clean up the tarnished image of Baylor football.
According to a new lawsuit, the Texas university basically granted full impunity to members of its football team—resulting in "the most widespread culture of sexual violence and abuse of women ever reported in a collegiate education program."
It appears the Pepper Hamilton report missed the mark by a wide margin.
Art Briles has sued four Baylor officials for allegedly conspiring to keep him unemployed, libel, and slander.
Former Baylor Star Isaiah Austin, Diagnosed with Rare Genetic Disorder Before 2014 NBA Draft, Is Cleared to Play Again
Diagnosed with Marfan syndrome two years ago, it looked like he might never play basketball again. Now Isaiah Austin has been cleared to play again.
Regardless of anyone's reasoning for leaving Baylor's recruitment class, the school seems to be getting the football program they deserve.