On Thursday, the Washington Post reported that Jeffrey Epstein's autopsy showed that his hyoid bone was broken.
A Times reporter claims Epstein told him "criminalizing sex with teenage girls was a cultural aberration and that at times in history it was perfectly acceptable."
Spencer Kuvin, a lawyer who represented three of Epstein's victims, told the BBC that it was not in the billionaire's nature to commit suicide.
The multi-millionaire had been accused of a sprawling, sex-trafficking operation that encompassed properties across several states and potential conspirators who lured underage girls to his residences for more than a decade.
Schumer, the Senate minority leader, also highlighted that Epstein was a regular at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Florida for many years.
Former President Bill Clinton said he didn't know of the "terrible crimes" and that he only rode in Epstein's private jet four times.
Julie K. Brown, a Miami Herald investigative reporter who has been covering the alleged sex trafficking crimes of Epstein for the past several years, joined MSNBC Sunday morning to discuss the evidence against Epstein.
A witness reportedly saw FBI agents knock down 66-year-old Epstein's Manhattan townhouse door at roughly 5:30 p.m. local time on Saturday evening.
Authorities also froze the bank accounts of Hua Zhang and Lei Wang, owners of Orchids of Asia Spa.
"You cannot introduce an influencer as powerful as money and expect that that equals consent because it doesn't."
Patriots-hating NFL fans and critics of President Donald Trump have intersected at a Florida day spa that's at the center of a prostitution and human-trafficking investigation, where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft had allegedly been a customer.
The bureau warned the issue of sex trafficking is a 365 day-a-year problem and not limited to big events.
The teenage boy "was introduced to sadomasochism and used as a sex slave," police said.
If convicted, Pascal Calogero III, son of former Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Pascal Calogero Jr., faces a maximum term of life imprisonment.
The alleged offenses were committed against five girls in Britain.
"We have already seen sites like Reddit, Craigslist and Skype begin to change their terms and silence or ban us from their platforms. Particularly in the U.S., these sites are absolutely vital to sex workers."
"He has been operating for at least 10 years," Colonel Jirabhob Bhuridej said.
The bill has been criticized by many sex workers.
Keith Raniere is alleged to have created a secret society in which he blackmailed "slaves" and branded them with his initials.
The bill's champion, Chris Sevier, is known for his legal and legislative antics.
A high school teacher turned her own son in to police after discovering his alleged relationship to one of her students.
The girls were planning to meet a man they met on Instagram.
The business is the second largest U.S. human trafficking industry, behind escort services.
He said he "felt compelled to make a change in my career" after the severely abused teen was given a life term in prison.
Lawmakers say criminals and hostile governments are exploiting internet loopholes.
A U.S. security firm faces allegations it allowed alcohol and prostitutes to be smuggled onto an Iraq air base it was paid to defend by the military.