Evangelical leaders tied to Trump and megachurches tied to scandals have received some of the Paycheck Protection Program's largest payouts.
"I know that, if there's anything we need to do in this age, it's to believe women," the actor said in a recent interview.
Last year the French Bishops' Conference said abuse victims would get financial compensation.
Judge Krista Marx has repeatedly refused to open grand jury records in the Jeffrey Epstein case, calling one attempt to get them released by Florida criminal prosecutors a "fishing expedition."
Because children are increasingly spending time online for education, entertainment and socializing, experts say, online traffickers are targeting them in greater numbers.
The national organization's failure to protect children from sexual abuse and increasing politicization have damaged the program that changed my life beyond repair.
Local councils—legally distinct from the national organization—dismissed the notion that bankruptcy would jeopardize their ongoing activities.
An Ohio bill would allow victims of an Ohio State University doctor's abuse to sue the university for damages
The man's wife is suing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, alleging that they violated his right to confidentiality after he confessed to sexually abusing his daughter.
Sgt. Jesús Manuel Menocal Jr., 32, faces a potential sentence of life in prison if convicted on one of the charges.
A federal report proclaims that sexual assaults are down across the board at juvenile detention centers in America, but that high rates of abuse exist in 12 facilities stretching from Oregon to Florida.
Tyrel Benjamin, 25, was sentenced to seven years in jail after he pleaded guilty to a number of sexual offenses, including attempting to pay for the sexual services of a child.
Maher referenced Jim Jordan and former GOP House Speaker Dennis Hastert in a scathing monologue about sexual abuse allegations tied to each Republican.
Reverend Amal Samy denies allegations that he attempted to touch and be touched by a technician aboard a cruise ship, as well as witness statements that claim he exposed himself to a female masseuse.
Tevin McLeod, 28, has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison for the rape and sexual assault of a girl under the age of 13.
Father Michele Mottola, 59, was arrested this week in Trentola Ducenta, near Naples, after audio recordings said to be of him molesting an 11-year-old girl were given to local press.
The incident allegedly took place on a cruise vessel headed for the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Under Spanish law, it is only considered rape or sexual assault if physical force or intimidation is used. Because the 14-year-old girl was drunk, the 5 men were charged with the lesser offense of sexual abuse.
A federal lawsuit alleges that the St. Helens School District failed to protect a 16-year-old from sexual abuse despite a decade of red flags.
Eric Hartley, a former teacher, made use of the smartphone app Kik, where he and others distributed sexually explicit images of young boys and girls.
Marine Col. Daniel Wilson, 58, was released last week after the U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals overturned his verdict in July.
The Colorado Attorney General released a report on Wednesday that named and accused 43 Catholic priests of sexually abusing at least 166 children in Colorado, including a priest who had served as a state senator.
The 46-year-old firefighter was arrested while off-duty in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City.
As the Catholic church continues to grapple with sexual abuse scandals, one Australian politician wants their buildings labeled as unsafe for children.
The man was also found guilty of repeatedly raping one of the children he fathered with his daughter.
Mercy Corps co-founder, Ellsworth Culver, was credibly accused by his daughter of serial sexual abuse but he continued to work there for another decade.
Wilfredo Erazo-Turcios, 29, of Brandenton, will serve life in prison and is designated a sexual predator as long as he lives.
In a statement Thursday, Harvard President Lawrence S. Bacow said the university would donate the unused portion of Jeffrey Epstein's donations to victims' organizations.
A new exposé by Ronan Farrow alleges that the MIT Media Lab worked to keep Epstein's donations off the books.