Federal authorities have arrested Dr. Robert Hadden, a former OB-GYN at Columbia University who is accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women and teenage girls during exams from 1993 to 2012.
Texas Tech fired the women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings and her assistant coach after 10 players reported a "toxic culture" of abuse.
A lawsuit has been filed by more than 50 former University of Michigan students who say they were sexually abused by Dr. Robert Anderson.
An ER doctor who worked at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles has been accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women.
The Boy Scouts of America is facing a lawsuit in Washington D.C. that could open a flood of sexual abuse lawsuits from men in states where they couldn't file a lawsuit due to the statute of limitations.
Twenty more people have filed sexual assault lawsuits against Lyft, accusing the ride-sharing app of hiding a "sexual predator crisis."
California has extended the statute of limitations for adults to file child sexual abuse lawsuits, opening a one-year window for previously time-barred lawsuits to be filed against individuals and organizations.
Lawmakers in Texas have doubled the statute-of-limitations for sex abuse lawsuits to 30 years after the survivor turns 18 years old.
Over 400 child sex abuse lawsuits were filed in New York as part of a new law that gives adult victims 1 year to file civil lawsuits against their abusers and the institutions that enabled abuse.
A new lawsuit accuses the Boy Scouts of America of covering up a "pedophile epidemic" after naming another 350 previously-unknown men who sexually abused at least 800 boys.