"There is no doubt in my mind he's telling the truth," said legal analyst Glenn Kirschner.
In an Instagram post, model Josh Kloss claimed the singer exposed him at a roller skating rink.
A former figure skater claims his former coach been sexually assaulting him in 1999, and that it developed into a full sexual relationship for more than a decade.
The singer denies all the allegations against him.
The university system said a settlement was in the best interest of taxpayers and the school.
The network ousted O'Reilly after numerous sexual harassment lawsuits against the star were revealed.
"It's astounding that even a person as coarse and unmannered as [Donald Trump] doesn't realize the implications of his denial," said writer and filmmaker Douglas A. Blackmon.
The comedian received a warm welcome from comedy fans when he arrived at SkankFest NYC in Brooklyn, where he performed a 20-minute set.
Harvey Weinstein faces allegations of sexual assault and harassment from more than 80 women.
On January 31, the diocese placed father Alex Castillo on administrative leave upon receiving an allegation against him for inappropriate behavior from a male child victim.
"I immediately felt violated because I wasn't expecting it or wanting it," Alva Johnson told The Washington Post about the alleged kiss.
Mandy Moore famously worked with Shane West in "A Walk to Remember" in 2002.
The Senate Judiciary chairman suggested Avenatti and Swetnick tried to "knowingly mislead the committee" during the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh.
The Senate's confirmation process of Kavanaugh has been anything but ordinary, and commentary from pundits, lawmakers and hosts over the past few weeks have followed the same ongoing trend of trying to make sense of the unusual nature of what's occurring.
Republican Senator Ben Sasse revealed that back in June or early July, he "urged the president" to nominate someone other than Brett Kavanaugh—a woman.
Republican leadership told the FBI to limit the scope of the inquiry, reportedly causing uncertainty at the bureau.
The Supreme Court nominee was a "very mean drunk" in high school, Julie Swetnick said in her first televised interview about her allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
It was previously known Judge referred to real people in his book and gave them pseudonyms to protect their identities.
"What a great Friday."
It's been a really meaningful, eye-opening, emotional and physical experience."
Bennett accused Argento of assaulting him in 2013, when he was 17 years old.