"This is chaos that could have been prevented if they'd kept in place the policies President Trump," Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said of the surge in migrants arriving along the U.S.-Mexico border on Wednesday.
Scott Lane, 37, was sentenced to 35 years in prison and ordered to pay restitution after pleading guilty to multiple child pornography charges and admitting to participating in the livestreamed sexual abuse of a 6-year-old boy.
The undressing was allegedly intended to prepare the girls for engaging in sexual massage with Epstein.
St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Wesley Bell has called on other alleged victims of Ephriam Granderson to come forward.
The site contained numerous stories about and drawings of children, infants and toddlers being raped, tortured and murdered.
Nathan Larson waged three failed campaigns for public office in the state of Virginia. His platform included the legalization of incest and child pornography and the classification of women as property.
Jeffrey Epstein's former lover wants to be freed on $28.5 million bail and her lawyers are using her role monitoring suicidal inmates to claim she can be 'trusted.'
Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers say she will be put under armed guard if granted $28.5 million bail—as her Jeffrey Epstein case hears claims she went into hiding to escape the press, not police.
Ghislaine Maxwell's jail conditions are "punitive" to the point she is losing weight and hair as she awaits trial on charges she trafficked under age girls for Jeffrey Epstein.
Geoffrey Portway, 47, is behind bars after police found child pornography and a torture dungeon in the basement of his Massachusetts home.
QAnon has been linked to death threats and murders, and was listed by the FBI as a domestic terror threat in August 2019.
Jeffrey Epstein's accused sex trafficking accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell "has been held under uniquely onerous conditions" as she awaits trial, according to a letter Maxwell's lawyers sent to U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan.
Ghislaine Maxwell pleaded not guilty at her bail hearing Tuesday, as her lawyers maintain that she "vigorously denies the charges, intends to fight them and is entitled to the presumption of innocence."
Gray, 52, coached gymnastics in Las Vegas from 2009 to 2015 and was suspended by USA Gymnastics in 2019, police said.
The lockdown could mean a "greater number of sexual predators online looking to target and groom young people."
Because children are increasingly spending time online for education, entertainment and socializing, experts say, online traffickers are targeting them in greater numbers.
The Australian cleric was sentenced to six years in prison, serving just over a year before his release.
Mark Visconi, 48, of Fairfax, Virginia, was jailed on Friday after he pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography.
Robert Olson, 44, a lieutenant with the Milwaukee Fire Department, has been charged with second-degree sexual assault of a child.
An episode of "The Simpsons" which featured a guest appearance by pop star Michael Jackson appears to have been removed from the show's archives available on Disney's freshly launched streaming service, Disney Plus.
Former teacher Thomas Guzzi Jr. was sentenced to 17 years Friday, after earlier admitting to secretly filming children in a summer camp bathroom and using the footage to make a pornographic "music video."
"You took advantage of the opportunity to befriend a troubled child in a very inappropriate manner and encouraged her to run away from home," the police chief wrote in the suspension letter.
The center plans on producing more audio-visual advice content that will focus on living a principled life and parenting.
"We cannot minister to every victim who comes forward and help them out if we don't go this route," said Bishop Salvatore Matano.
A Catholic priest has filed a defamation of character lawsuit against his former diocese after being accused of molesting children.
The "weird" 36-year-old man had images of child rape and other extreme pornography on a phone he stole from an elderly woman.
Lawyers for the alleged victims call Monsignor Otto Garcia a "fixer" for pedophile priests and "the Michael Cohen of the Brooklyn Diocese."
"I felt honestly more incensed by their concealment than my abuse when I was a child," said one plaintiff, now in his 60s, about the BSA's alleged coverup of sex-abuse cases.
Paxton Singer, a former youth pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel in Aurora, asked the teen for naked photos, inquired about his sexual habits and requested the two spend the weekend together.
"I hope this law improves public safety and gives victims their day in court," says New York state Senator Brad Hoylman, author of the Child Victims Act. "It's more than about money—it's about about being recognized by court of law for suffering."