An Elected Official in Las Vegas Is Suspected of Stabbing a Reporter to Death
The journalist had reported on the official’s alleged misconduct in public office.
How (and Why) to Secretly Tape Calls With Abusers Whenever You Legally Can
Many people who mistreat others don't like to do that in writing. In one-party states, you can sometimes make a record of their conduct anyway.
A 15-Year-Old Went to the LA Sheriff's Department to Investigate Her Sexual Assault. A Detective Raped Her.
He pleaded guilty to unlawful sexual intercourse and a lewd act with a child.
Ryan Adams Accused of Manipulation and Abuse in New Report
The New York Times interviewed a number of women who allege that Adams offered them chances to advance their careers while also pursuing them sexually. Through a lawyer, he denied the accusations.
Chicago police officers found not guilty of conspiring to cover up Laquan McDonald's death
They were accused of falsifying police reports after their colleague, Jason Van Dyke, fired 16 shots at the 17-year-old black teenager.
Geoffrey Rush Accused of Using a Mirror to Watch His Co-Star Shower
In a new interview, "Orange Is the New Black" actress Yael Stone accused Geoffrey Rush of committing sexual misconduct when the two starred in a 2010 theater production.
300 People Sue USC Over Alleged Sexual Abuse by Gynecologist Spanning 30 Years
We spoke with experts about the lawsuits against Dr. George Tyndell and the University of Southern California, including the allegations that the university failed to respond appropriately to claims of sexual abuse and harassment.
Seth Rogen Will Be the Voice of Vancouver Transit
Vancouver is very on-brand for Rogen—they are both often stoned.
Musicians Are Poorer and More Abused Than Regular People, Survey Says
A new report sheds stark light on income, discrimination, harassment, mental health, and other challenges facing musicians in the US.
'Creepy' Gynecologist Accused of Sexual Misconduct Was Allowed to Treat USC Students
Despite complaints spanning decades from multiple colleagues, Dr. George Tyndall kept treating young patients—in some cases, commenting on their breasts or photographing their genitalia.
Philly's new DA says his predecessors sent an innocent man to prison for life
Larry Krasner alleges police and prosecutors hid convincing evidence leading to a different suspect
How Easy Is It for Businesses to Walk Away from Problematic Artists?
Following Spotify's new conduct policies for curated playlists, we examine the legal and ethical mechanisms lurking beneath the surface of right vs. wrong.